Time Warner Cable sees broadband business as panacea for subscriber woes

time warner cableTime Warner Cable  (NYSE: TWC), like most cable operators, has struggled to maintain basic video subscribers. The company is beginning to rely more on selling high-speed Internet access to increase revenue and has invested in upgrading its cable systems with DOCSIS 3.0 technology in order to offer subscribers faster and more expensive Internet access services. Special Report

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