Charter introduces Spectrum brand in Southern California

        Four months after Charter Communications acquired Time Warner
        Cable, the company is officially retiring the much-maligned
        Time Warner Cable brand name.  Charter on Tuesday switched its
        product brand to Spectrum and the recently bulked-up company
        -- now the dominant cable-TV and Internet service provider in
        Southern California with more than 3 million customer homes --
        is sending strong signals that it intends to be less flexible
        than its predecessor.

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Charter promises to screw existing Time Warner Cable subscribers,
essentially. Oh yeah, these mergers are just GREAT.

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