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March 15, 2013
06:30 EDTCHTR, CVC, TWCCablevision likely to be sold, may be worth $20 per share, says Citigroup
Citigroup said this morning in a note to investors that it expects Cablevision (CVC) to be sold. Citi sees Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Charter (CHTR) as the most likely buyers of Cablevision and says the company could be worth $20 per share in a takeover. The firm believes Cablevision's share price performance post its Q4 results indicate that most on the buy-side expect Cablevision will be sold. Citi says that absent a takeover, Cablevision could drift towards $11 per share. The firm keeps a Buy rating on Cablevision, but lowered its price target for shares to $18 from $19.25.
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February 12, 2016
16:55 EDTCVCCablevision pays $21M for settlement in Dolan litigation
Cablevision has settled the litigation with Thomas C. Dolan concerning matters largely from 2005 to 2008. Under the settlement agreement with Dolan, the company paid Dolan $21M. Charles F. Dolan and James L. Dolan have entered into an agreement to pay the company, in the aggregate, $6M in partial reimbursement of the company's settlement payment to Thomas C. Dolan if the company's pending merger with Altice N.V. is not consummated. Charles F. Dolan is Chairman of the Board and a director of the company, James L. Dolan is the company's CEO and a director of the company, and Thomas C. Dolan is the company's Executive VP-Strategy and Development, Office of the Chairman, and a director of the company. Payment to Thomas Dolan does not reduce or otherwise affect the consideration payable to the company's stockholders under the merger agreement.
February 9, 2016
11:47 EDTCVCCablevision volatility flat into Q4 and update on Altice deal
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February 8, 2016
06:47 EDTCVCNYC increases negative rhetoric over possible Altice, Cablevision deal, WSJ says
New York City is increasing its negative commentary of Altice's (ATCEY) proposed acquisition of Cablevision (CVC), the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing a filing with the state's regulator the New York Public Service Commission. According to the filing, the city said it has "serious concern" over the $10B proposed transaction and that it raises "key public interest questions," the report says. The city won't make a formal decision on the proposed transaction until early spring, the report says. Reference Link
February 5, 2016
17:10 EDTTWCComcast appears undervalued, could rise 20%, Barron's reports
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February 4, 2016
10:42 EDTCHTR, TWCCharter says 'reasonably confident' DOJ, FCC will stay within review timeline
10:29 EDTCHTRCharter says 'difficult' to participate in auction without regulatory clarity
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10:26 EDTCHTR, TWCCharter 'hopeful' regulatory process for deals can be completed in March
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09:46 EDTTWC, CHTRCharter says working with DOJ, FCC on Time Warner Cable transaction
Commenting on the Charter (CHTR)/Time Warner Cable (TWC)/Bright House transaction, Charter says the parties have begun working together to ensure that post-closing, New Charter can begin to execute its long term operating strategy. Says parties have obtained approvals that exceed the threshold closing condition for franchise authorities approving the transactions. Says working closely with DOJ and FCC to provide all information required to evaluate merits of the transactions. Comments from slides that will be presented on the Q4 earnings conference call.
09:36 EDTTWCActive equity options trading on open: AAPL FB GPRO AA NFLX BAC TWC YHOO PG
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08:10 EDTCHTRCharter reports Q4 residential customer relationships grew by 82K
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08:10 EDTCHTRCharter reports Q4 EPS ($1.09) vs. (44c) last year
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08:08 EDTCHTRCharter reports Q4 served 6.7M residential, small and medium business customers
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February 3, 2016
15:37 EDTCHTR, TWCCharter pressing California to expedite Time Warner Cable review, CTFN says
Charter (CHTR) is asking the California Public Utilities Commission to expedite its review of the company's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Bright House, saying additional delays would cause significant financial costs, reports CTFN, citing a conference call between Charter and the Commission. Charter also told the Commission that, if it were to rush approval to April 21, the company could participate in the upcoming FCC spectrum auction, CTFN said. Reference Link
14:48 EDTCHTRNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's open, with earnings consensus, include Philip Morris (PM), consensus 81c... AstraZeneca (AZN), consensus 88c... Occidental Petroleum (OXY), consensus (12c)... ConocoPhillips (COP), consensus (65c)... Cigna (CI), consensus $1.80... Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), consensus $3.01... Boston Scientific (BSX), consensus 25c... Charter Communications (CHTR), consensus (12c)... Ralph Lauren (RL), consensus $2.13... Dunkin' Brands (DNKN), consensus 50c... GrubHub (GRUB), consensus 14c... Level 3 (LVLT), consensus 53c... AmerisourceBergen (ABC), consensus $1.25... Cummins (CMI), consensus $2.11.
07:37 EDTCHTRCharter volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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February 2, 2016
07:22 EDTTWCScripps, TWC, reach multiyear retrans agreement, Broadcasting & Cable says
Scripps (SNI) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) have quietly reached a multi-year retransmission consent deal for stations representing more than 3M households in 14 markets, Broadcasting & Cable reports, citing a broadcast source familiar with the deal. The agreement also includes certain Bright House cable systems, the report says. Affected markets include Bakersfield, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Nashville, Omaha, Milwaukee, San Diego and Tampa, the report says. Reference Link

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