Monday, April 28
(Undated) -- Comcast will lose nearly four-million subscribers when it merges with Time Warner Cable. Comcast says it will lose the subscribers when it sells some of its businesses as part of the 45-billion dollar deal, which still has to be approved by federal regulators. Charter Communications will pick up close to one and a half million Time Warner Cable subscribers. That will make Charter the nation's second biggest cable company. The new Comcast-Time Warner Cable company will be the biggest.