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February 6, 2013
08:05 EDTVMED, LBTYA, TIVOTiVo displacement concerns likely misplaced, says Brean Capital
Brean Capital noted TiVo (TIVO) shares were lower yesterday due to investor concerns it could be displaced following the acquisition of Virgin Media (VMED) by Liberty Global (LBTYA). The firm believes displacement is unlikely and may actually provide the company with a means for enhancing its relationship. Share remain Buy rated with a $15 price target.
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February 4, 2016
07:00 EDTLBTYALiberty Global receives conditional EU approval to acquired BASE
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February 2, 2016
08:37 EDTLBTYAVodaone confirms talks with Liberty Global for creation of Netherlands JV
Following recent media speculation, Vodafone (VOD) confirms it is in discussions with Liberty Global (LBTYA) regarding the creation of a joint venture in the Netherlands that would incorporate both companies' local operating businesses. The discussions are ongoing and do not extend beyond the creation of a joint venture in the Netherlands. There is no certainty as to when or whether any transaction will be agreed.
08:23 EDTLBTYAVodafone in talks with Liberty Global for JV in Netherlands, Bloomberg says
07:29 EDTLBTYAVodafone, Liberty Global resume talks on possible asset swaps, Bloomberg reports
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January 27, 2016
06:14 EDTTIVOFCC proposes set-top box rule revamp, WSJ reports
Federal regulators are anticipated to propose an overhaul of rules for television set-top boxes, a move that targets reducing bills for cable viewers and giving more access to web-based programming, the Wall Street Journal reports. FCC chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal would likely include providing cable and satellite customers more options when it comes to using their service provider's set-top box and cable app, the report says. Such a move could open up the market to alternative set-top-box providers, including TiVo (TIVO) and Alphabet's (GOOG) Google, the report notes. Reference Link

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