Comcast And Time Warner Work To Save MergerPlay
This week, Comcast and Time Warner will sit down with Justice Department officials in the hopes of keeping their $45.2 billion merger alive.
It's been more than 14 months since the cable mega-merger was announced, and this marks the first face-to-face meeting with regulators. This meeting will likely focus on possible concessions to address the government's concerns.
Derek Thompson of The Atlantic joins Here & Now's Lisa Mullins with details.
- Derek Thompson, senior editor at The Atlantic. He tweets @DKThomp.
This segment aired on April 20, 2015.