Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, speaking at a Nevada rally last week, is among five U.S. senators questioning Charter Communications’ proposed $55.1 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, speaking at a Nevada rally last week, is among five U.S. senators questioning Charter Communications’ proposed $55.1 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable. Jae C. Hong AP
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, speaking at a Nevada rally last week, is among five U.S. senators questioning Charter Communications’ proposed $55.1 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable. Jae C. Hong AP