Yes, it will merge with (get bought out by) AT&T (owner of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, SBC Telecom, etc.) but this is not the Time Warner Cable which used to be Road Runner and became Spectrum, instead it is the company that owns HBO (Home Box Office). This should allow AT&T to use HBO Now as its streaming service and compete in the Netflix space. HBO Now is basically the same thing as HBO Go save that Go is a feature of having HBO as part of cable TV and Now is a standalone service you may get without having a television. I guess this is looking forward to a future. You don't want to be HP keeping itself alive on ink cartridge sales for printers. Keep up your game.