Comcast Corp., the nation’s largest U.S. cable company, told regulators it can offer advanced video services and spread high-speed Internet service without harming competition if it’s allowed to buy No. 2 Time Warner Cable Inc.
U.S. Senator Al Franken , a former NBC comedian, asked federal officials to investigate whether Comcast Corp. violated antitrust law by naming new managers at NBC Universal as regulators weigh the purchase.
Standard & Poor’s president Deven Sharma comments on a U.S. proposal, offered by Senator Al Franken, Democrat of Minnesota, and approved in May by the Senate, to let regulators decide who rates asset-backed securities.