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CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form 8-K on 05/29/2015
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modification or waiver that (x) is reasonably likely to result in an increase in the total number of shares of Common Stock outstanding immediately following the completion of the Mergers or (y) is reasonably likely to result in a reduction to the effective exchange rate at which Purchaser and LIC have agreed to exchange their existing shares of Target common stock in the Mergers shall be deemed to be material and Purchaser will be entitled to withhold its consent thereto, in its sole discretion.

Section 4.7 Board Matters. The Board of Directors of New Charter will adopt the resolutions set forth on Exhibit A hereto, no later than contemporaneously with its conversion to a corporation under Delaware law.

Section 4.8 Efforts to Enforce. The Purchaser agrees to use its reasonable best efforts to cause each of Liberty Interactive Corporation, JANA Nirvana Master Fund, Ltd., JANA Master Fund, Ltd. and Coatue Offshore Master Fund, Ltd. to perform their respective obligations under the Investment Agreement, dated as of the date hereof, including by performing its obligations thereunder, using its reasonable best efforts to cause such investors to perform their obligations thereunder, enforcing its rights against such investors, and bringing suit for specific performance by such investors. The Purchaser agrees not to terminate, nor to waive nor amend any provision of any such Investment Agreement which would delay or make less likely the consummation of the Investment contemplated hereby or thereby. The Purchaser further agrees not to exercise any right or election that would have the effect of reducing the amount of any investor’s commitment under any such Investment Agreement, unless (i) the Purchaser has obtained an alternative, debt or equity-linked form of financing in an equivalent amount or (ii) a commitment reduction is required by the terms of the applicable investment agreement.

Section 4.9 USRPHC. Each of New Charter and the Company will cooperate and consult with Purchaser in connection with the preparation of an analysis and methodology to determine whether the Company and/or New Charter is or will be a United States real property holding corporation, as defined in Section 897(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, (a “USRPHC”) as of the Closing Date, including as a result of the transactions contemplated by the Mergers Agreement and the Bright House Transactions (as defined in the Mergers Agreement), or has any plan or intention to become a USRPHC. Such cooperation shall include the provision of information that is reasonably relevant to any such analysis and determination and making employees available on a mutually convenient basis to provide additional information and explanation of any material provided to Purchaser in connection with the foregoing.



The obligations of the Company and New Charter to issue the Purchased Shares to Purchaser and consummate the transactions contemplated by Article I of this Agreement on the