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Jeff Gelles

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Jeff Gelles covers consumer and technology topics for the Inquirer and writes the weekly Consumer 14.0 and Tech Life columns for The Inquirer.  He welcomes comments in this blog as well as calls and e-mails about consumers' concerns. Contact him at 215-854-2776 or Follow him on Twitter @jeffgelles.

Consumers have always had a twisted relationship with the credit-reporting industry. The three key national players - Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion - each maintain files on more than 200 million Americans. But their primary business has always been about us, not with us. And that has led to maddening, costly, and even financially harmful results - say, when they get something wrong in your records but don't seem to care much about fixing it.
Jeff Gelles: What do pay-TV subscribers have to worry about with Comcast's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable, a $45 billion deal that will grow the footprint of the nation's largest cable company by more than a third, to 30 million households?

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