More merger conditions for Comcast? Free broadband for NYC public housing proposed

Facing strong public-opinion headwinds in a merger that is too far along to scuttle, Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) is getting a lot of "conditions" thrown its way these days. One of the latest: A group of New York area lawmakers wants the conglomerate to provide free broadband to New York City public housing as a condition of the $45 million purchase of Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC). The New York Times has the complete story here.

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