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Time Warner Cable: Ready, Set, Stop

What You Should Have Read, April 12, 2008

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Time Warner Cable: Ready, Set, Stop

Multichannel News reports that in the next two weeks, Time Warner Cable could well be on the path to becoming a fully independent cable operator, free of Time Warner Inc. and able to chart its own course in a world where hundreds of channels are delivered over telephone lines and via satellite, and Internet distributors provide a seemingly limitless array of entertainment and communications. And though full independence could open new doors for the cable operator -- for one, it could free it to use its stock to acquire other multiple-system operators -- the near future for the No. 2 U.S. cable company may best be summed up in three words: "Ready, Set, Whoa!"
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