News of Note—Charter, SoftBank, Time Warner and more

News of note

> Charter Communications has hired Vikram Nangia as senior VP of credit and collections. Release

> Japan’s SoftBank Group is looking at acquiring Dish Network as a potential partner for its struggling U.S. wireless asset, Sprint. Nikkei story 

> Time Warner saw its second-quarter revenues climb 5% to $7.3 billion thanks in part to increases at HBO and Turner. FierceBroadcasting story

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