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New York Times: Time Warner Cable, after its now-scuttled $45 billion sale to Comcast, is in a stronger position than it was before the planned deal was announced more than a year ago. The country’s second-largest cable operator, after Comcast, can now pursue an acquisition of its own, with more leverage in negotiations with potential suitors. “The dynamics have definitely changed,” said one media analyst. “They are definitely in the driver’s seat now.”