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Time Warner Cable Inc (TWC)


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209.56-0.44 (-0.21%)
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Previous Close210.00
Open209.59
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Day's Range208.13 - 212.40
52 Week Range208.13 - 212.40
Volume49,704,180
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  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    CinemaCon 2017: Movies, celebrities and VR star at the theater convention and trade show

    Now in its seventh year, CinemaCon has grown into film geek mecca not unlike Comic-Con. All six major studios, plus a few mini majors and a digital rival, are putting on a total of 10 presentations over the course of three-and-a-half days at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas this week — showing clips, trotting out stars, and in a couple of cases screening entire movies. Movie theater operators are movie fans first, and the convention caters to that passion with plenty of product: Sony (SNE), STX, Paramount (VIA), Universal (CCV), Focus, Warner Bros. (TWX), Fox (FOX) and Amazon (AMZN) are all highlighting their 2017 slates, with Disney showing its Memorial Day weekend title “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” starring Johnny Depp and Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF.A, LGF.B) its Aug. 18 release “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson.

  • GuruFocus.com5 days ago

    Justice Department Settles Antitrust Suit Against AT&T's DirecTV

    Settlement will ensure fair competition among pay-TV providers

  • American City Business Journals12 days ago

    How the deal for Bright House led to a $98.5M pay package for Charter's CEO

    Charter Communications Inc. pulled off “seamless closings” when the cable company bought Bright House Networks and Time Warner Cable, and the board of directors cited that as one of several reasons Charter’s CEO got a 500 percent increase in total compensation in 2016. Thomas Rutledge’s total pay package last year was $98.5 million, a proxy filed by Charter (CHTR) on Thursday said. Most of that — nearly $78 million — was the value of option awards Rutledge received as part of a new five-year employment agreement he signed with Charter, just before the Bright House-Time Warner deal closed.