Not only does Comcast care—it also knows what you think.
The company is well aware of the fact that it has maintained one of corporate America’s worst reputations for several years by scoring near the bottom in pretty much every category from product quality to customer service (which might improve if you’d just stop calling so often).
When the media megalith announced its $45 billion plans to merge with Time Warner Cable, most tech folks turned to the world’s greatest comfort food: comedy.
Comcast acquiring Time Warner Cable is like Nickelback and Creed deciding to go on tour together.
— David Hoang (@davidhoang) February 13, 2014
Of course, the merger is a very serious matter—and this week’s New York Times story shows us how a hated company tries to spin a hated business move.