Comcast officially calls off merger deal with Time Warner

Comcast Corp. has dropped its $45.2 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable Inc., officially pulling the plug after concluding the merger would be rejected by regulators. The merger would have completely changed the cable industry landscape in central Indiana.

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As Comcast prepares to exit Indy, questions abound

Comcast, the nation’s largest cable company, is looking to expand with its proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable. But customers in central Indiana won’t come along for the ride. To ease antitrust concerns, Comcast plans to hand 2.5 million customers to a new spinoff called GreatLand Connections.

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Telecom players embrace home security services

Technology has paved the way for people to engage with more aspects of their homes beyond security features. As a result, cable, phone and other companies have taken notice and jumped into the space.

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Comcast announces layoffs, hirings in Fishers

Cable TV giant Comcast Corp. has notified the state of Indiana that it plans to eliminate 57 customer-retention employees in its Fishers office by the end of the year, but also plans to add 37 customer-service workers during the same time period.

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