Time Warner Cable profit falls 32% on items
CHICAGO (MarketWatch) -- Time Warner Cable Inc., in its first earnings report since its spinoff from Time Warner, said its profit fell 32% on restructuring costs and other special items compared with a year-ago quarter that included gains, but indicated that fears of slowing subscriber growth could begin to subside.
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