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|CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form 425 on 06/16/2015|
TR: And as a result of that, it’s all part of the quality process of unleashing our capabilities as a cable company. And you know, if you put that in proportion on Time Warner Cable, it would mean that we would hire another 20,000 people and so I think…
RM: Those are big numbers.
TR: They are big numbers and it takes time to do it, too. It takes time to build facilities. You have to train people. And you have to keep your business going while you’re doing it, but I’m confident we can do all that.
RM: I think we’re just about ready to wrap up but I want to give you an opportunity just to share any other thoughts you may have with our Time Warner Cable team.
TR: I think we have a great future as an industry and I look forward to working with everyone here and making that happen.
RM: And we look forward to working with you to make this thing a reality.
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