In an event that shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, Time Warner Cable shareholders approved the cable operator’s pending merger with Comcast in a special meeting in New York today.
According to TWC, more than 99% of votes were cast in favor of the deal, similar to Comcast’s shareholder vote on Oct. 8.
In a statement, Time Warner Cable chairman and CEO Rob Marcus called the vote “an important milestone as we work towards completing our merger.”
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