Several Wall Street analysts might believe the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger puts Arris in a prime position, but Arris CEO Bob Stanzione is taking a “wait-and-see” approach. Speaking at the NCTC Winter Conference Tues, he called the deal “somewhat of a surprise” and predicted the combo will happen—although he said the final form is unclear. More from the CEO on 4K and future set-tops, plus comments from a panel of lawyers on what to expect next from the merger.
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