Virgin Media (VMED), Liberty Global (LBTYA) Boards Approve Deal - Faber
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CNBC's David Faber reported that boards of both Virgin Media, Inc. (NASDAQ: VMED) and Liberty Global's (NASDAQ: LBTYA) approved a deal. Price is still uncertain, although it is said to be below $50/share.
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