Office Space At Time Warner Center Available For First Time In 13 Years

Time Warner Cable will be leaving Time Warner Center at the end of this year, freeing up 75k SF of primo space at the Columbus Center tower for the first time since Related opened it in 2003.

Time Warner Cable was recently purchased by Charter Communications for $55B following a 2009 spinoff from former parent company Time Warner in 2009, and the telecom giant will be moving to Charter’s offices in Stamford, CT.

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Time Warner cabinet site causes stir

It appears some old-fashioned persistence and griping could lead to satisfaction for a German Village couple.

Time Warner Cable is looking at finding another location for a power-backup box originally set for installation in front of Sharon and Richard Pettit’s house on Jaeger Street.

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Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) Short Ratio At 0.00

The technical analysis of Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) highlights the stock is $1.28 points away +0.61% from 50-day MA of $208.28. It is $17.00 or +8.83% away $192.56, the stock’s 200-day MA.

Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC), a NYQ public traded firm had N/A shares floating but outstanding shares count is N/A ensuing market capitalization of $N/A. In the last session, Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) stock settled at $209.56. Average daily volume is 3497460 and the short ratio is 0.00.

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Can Time Warner Save Its Justice League by Copying Disney’s Avengers?

Time Warner (NYSE:TWX) is taking the wraps off its 2017 Justice League film in an effort to wash away some of the bad taste left by Batman v Superman. From an early look at the project, there are two main takeaways.

First, Justice League will now be a stand-alone movie, and no longer the first installment in a two-part series filmed back-to-back. Second, while less explicitly acknowledged by the project’s production crew, the movie will be closer in line with the tone of Disney’s (NYSE:DIS) Avengers films.

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Charter says changes coming for Time Warner Cable customers

Now that it dominates Wisconsin’s cable television market, Charter Communications faces its next challenge: winning customer satisfaction where, often, it’s been lacking.

Charter, with the recent acquisition of Time Warner Cable, now has about 90% of the traditional cable business in Wisconsin — a figure that’s disturbing to consumer advocates who say the lack of competition in the cable industry fuels poor customer service and high rates.

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Time Warner Cable Suspends Broadband Upgrades After Merger

Time Warner Cable has confirmed that the company has suspended its "Maxx" broadband and TV upgrades while the dust settles from Charter’s $79 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Time Warner Cable’s Maxx upgrades not only deliver faster top speeds up to 300 Mbps, but a notably overhauled improvement to the company’s set top box interface. But Time Warner Cable has been telling company support techs and engineers that the upgrades were actually put on hold as of May 26.

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Time Warner Chief Jeff Bewkes Fights the Industry’s Urge to Merge

Jeff Bewkes doesn’t hide his amusement when asked whether Time Warner is a takeover target. Sitting at a large circular table in a conference room on the 11th floor of the Time Warner Center, the chairman/CEO ticks off the reasons why the company is well-positioned to keep thriving in its current configuration. He’s brought along a yellow legal pad with handwritten notes to ensure he doesn’t overlook any salient points.

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