FCC Broadband Recast Raises Stakes for Comcast M&A Deal

Jan. 30 -- The FCC voted to redefine broadband access by raising minimum download speeds to 25 megabits per second (Mbps) from 4 Mbps and upload speeds to 3 Mbps versus 1 Mbps. Bloomberg’s Tom Giles reports on how this impacts Comcast’s Time Warner Cable deal on “Bloomberg West.”

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