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Charter/Time Warner Cable Merger Plan Great For Everyone, According To Charter

Someone's caught a severe case of megalomedia...
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Shocking, totally shockingIt’s come time for Charter to explain why its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable will be awesome, and so of course, the company says the venture will be basically the best thing since sliced bread. Color us unsurprised.

Leave it in the driveway: GM is telling owners of 1.4 million recalled vehicles to keep their cars out of the garage… that is, if they don’t want to burn that thing down.

Plus: Under Armour acts like there are no female Star Wars fans, Amazon opens a bookstore IRL and  Volkswagen adds a bunch of vehicles to the list of those with carbon dioxide emissions issues. 

Charter/Time Warner Cable Merger Plan Great For Everyone, According To Charter

GM To Owners Of 1.4M Recalled Vehicles: Don’t Park In A Garage For Now

Apparently Under Armour’s ‘Star Wars’ Clothing For “All Genders” Only Includes Men And Boys

Amazon Opens Actual Real-Life Bookstore In Seattle

Volkswagen Internal Investigation Finds Carbon Dioxide Emissions Issue With 800,000 Vehicles

EPA May Finally Ban Toxic Pesticide For Food Use

12 Things We Learned From The New York Times’ Investigative Report On Arbitration

Sweetener Used In Gum Blamed For Increase In Accidental Dog Poisonings

Sprint’s $20 “Unlimited” Plan Is Anything But; Throttles Data After 1GB


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