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Comcast dropped a bid to buy Time Warner Cable after it learned the government was mobilizing to block the deal. Despite that, the cable giant announced an increase in revenue in their last quarter.(Dave Winer/Flickr)
Comcast dropped a bid to buy Time Warner Cable after it learned the government was mobilizing to block the deal. Despite that, the cable giant announced an increase in revenue in their last quarter.(Dave Winer/Flickr)
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Comcast reported today that its total revenue rose 2.6 percent in the quarter that ended March 31, surpassing analyst expectations.

The earnings report comes after Comcast abandoned its plans to merge with Time Warner Cable, amid news of increased scrutiny from regulators over the deal.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson takes a look at Comcast's earnings with Jill Schlesinger of CBS News.

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This segment aired on May 4, 2015.

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