An AT&T Inc. proposal to let providers of mobile applications pay part of the cost of data traffic may ignite a “major political battle in Washington,” an analyst said.
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.
"New York is pursuing a tougher tone than most states, but it also looks like they may be willing to work out conditions with Comcast that would avoid a challenge to the merger."
- Paul Gallant on Aug 28, 2014
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