|Bid||45.58 x 900|
|Ask||45.96 x 4000|
|Day's Range||44.63 - 45.94|
|52 Week Range||32.61 - 47.27|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.99|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.40|
|Earnings Date||Oct. 24, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.84 (1.89%)|
|1y Target Est||50.32|
Comcast has named David Tashjian Regional Vice President for the Oregon SW Washington Region, filling the role vacated by Rodrigo Lopez, who now leads the company’s Washington Region.
Shares of Netflix (NFLX) have fallen over 20% in the past three months. Let's dive into everything we know about Netflix heading into its Q3 earnings release to see what to expect from NFLX stock...
Eleven tech startups from around the world that are building innovative connectivity, media, and entertainment technologies pitched their companies to hundreds of investors, mentors, and Philadelphia’s tech and startup community on Thursday during Demo Day, which marked the finale of the second class of the Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs Accelerator, powered by Techstars.
Comcast today announced Rodrigo Lopez is the new leader for the company’s Washington region. In this role, Lopez will manage all of Comcast's business throughout the state, where the company serves more than 1.6 million residential and business customers across 200 communities, and employs more than 4,500 people. Lopez is stepping in to lead one of Comcast's strongest markets in the country.
Agencies specializing in local media planning and buying expect media spend on advanced TV to increase more than on any other medium over the next 12 months. Automation and programmatic buying are also trending upwards. Today, FreeWheel, A Comcast Company (CMCSA), announced the results from a survey of its Strata platform users — most of whom are specialists in local media planning and buying — focused on understanding changes in their advertising strategies in the increasingly fragmented media landscape.
Comcast Business today announced that a premier New England real estate brokerage is deploying a next-generation network – powered by the Comcast Business ActiveCore SDN Platform – to offer a more technology-forward approach to optimize customers’ home buying and selling experience. The brokerage has been serving the real estate needs in the communities of New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts since 1967. In the last few years, the company has grown to have 20 offices and is committed to providing exemplary customer service and prides itself on harnessing the latest technologies to create a memorable experience for sellers and buyers.
Investing.com – Roku surged on Wednesday after Macquarie upgraded its outlook on the streaming giant on expectations that a move into international markets could see its user base triple within the next three years.
A look at the new U.S. blacklist on nearly 30 Chinese companies and how it might impact the upcoming trade talks. A dive into the dispute between the NBA and China, marijuana stocks, and why Roku is a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) - Free Lunch
Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast where we dive into everything investors need to know about Netflix (NFLX) stock with the streaming TV firm set to report its Q3 earnings results on October 16...
The 8th Annual Portland Film Festival, presented by Comcast NBCUniversal, runs October 14 - 20, 2019 and will screen more than 100 independent films at the Hi-Lo Hotel in downtown Portland. Portland Film Festival programming includes films, workshops, educational panels, and parties throughout a six-and-a-half-day agenda designed to immerse attendees in filmmaking.
Today, we take a look at Amazon to see if investors should think about buying shares of the e-commerce giant ahead of its late-October Q3 earnings release...
Comcast was up 1.83% at $44.86 at the time of this writing on October 4. Earlier today, Citigroup raised its 12-month price target on Comcast stock.
Comcast stock fell 0.70% to $43.74 and the broad market indexes all slid on recession fears. The services PMI fell to 52.6, lower than expectations.
Spokane Mayor David Condon and Spokane Goodwill will join Comcast’s Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, David L. Cohen, at a number of events today to announce the largest eligibility expansion of Internet Essentials in Washington state. The program, which is the nation’s largest, most comprehensive, and most successful low-income broadband adoption initiative, will now be available to double the number of eligible low-income households, including those with people with disabilities and seniors.
Today, Comcast announced that Amy Lynch has been appointed Senior Vice President for the Mountain West Region. Lynch will oversee all Comcast cable operations within its Mountain West Region, serving Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Tucson, AZ and parts of Idaho. Throughout the region, the company serves more than 2 million residential customers, 154,000 business customers and employs more than 11,000 people.
Xfinity Communities today announced that The Wyatt FOCO is the first smart, connected community in Colorado to offer residents and WestCorp Management Group the ability to control their home automation devices from a mobile app. Xfinity Communities offers a smart home platform for residents and property managers that brings home automation into the multifamily market. Smart home technologies ease the life of the property manager and residents, while helping to reduce overall costs.
(Bloomberg) -- A U.S. appeals court upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to gut Obama-era “net neutrality” rules, handing a victory to broadband providers and a loss to companies that rely on the internet to reach consumers.The court in a 3-0 decision ratified the FCC’s 2017 reversal of the earlier rules, even as the judges eased the path for states to issue their own rules.The decision assures more struggles over net neutrality, a policy of treating web traffic equally that has moved from tech jargon to cultural touchstone, with TV personalities such as John Oliver jumping into the debate.The FCC claimed a win. Its Republican majority led by an appointee of President Donald Trump in 2017 voted to kill rules that required broadband providers such as Comcast Corp. and AT&T Inc. to treat all web traffic equally.“Today’s decision is a victory for consumers, broadband deployment, and the free and open internet,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement. “The court affirmed the FCC’s decision to repeal 1930s utility-style regulation of the internet imposed by the prior administration.”Net-neutrality supporters seized on a part of the ruling that will permit states to come up with their own internet regulations.“It is clear that the fight over net neutrality is just beginning,” Andrew Jay Schwartzman, an attorney for challengers to the FCC rule, said in an email. “The FCC can try to fix its mistakes, but the court made it clear that the commission cannot block states from passing their own net neutrality statutes and issuing executive orders.”Tuesday’s ruling is a win for the broadband industry and a setback for companies that rely on the internet for distributing their content, including Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and the likes of Netflix Inc. and EBay Inc. They had feared that internet service providers could slow their content to favor business partners.“The court got it right,” Jonathan Spalter, president of the USTelecom trade group with members including AT&T and Verizon Communications Inc., said in an emailed statement. “The FCC’s 2017 order restored the smarter, more nimble, pro-consumer and bipartisan policy framework.”NCTA – The Internet & Television Association, was “gratified” with the ruling, Michael Powell, president of the trade group, said in an emailed statement. Members of the group include Comcast, one of the largest U.S. broadband providers.Video GamesThe Internet Association will “continue to fight for nationwide, strong, enforceable net neutrality protections,” Michael Beckerman, president of the trade group with members including Google, Facebook, Twitter Inc., and Uber Technologies Inc., said in an emailed statement.“This ruling fails to ensure a fair and open internet for video game players and all internet users,” Stanley Pierre-Louis, president of the Entertainment Software Association, said in an email. Pierre-Louis pointed out that the ruling “opens the door to state action.”The FCC and broadband providers may defeat state broadband regulation later, in this case or in related lawsuits, Matthew Schettenhelm, a Bloomberg Intelligence analyst, said in a note.Judges in Tuesday’s decision indicated they were loath to set the communications industry, and the nation, on a different regulatory course yet again. The rules took effect last year.“We decline to yet again flick the on-off switch” of heavier regulation, the court said in its opinion.Critics said the new regulatory regime adopted under Pai invited predatory behavior, while broadband providers said competition would prevent abuses. Opponents of the new rules were the web software developer Mozilla Corp., the streaming video service Vimeo and a coalition of governments including New York, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, the District of Columbia and Santa Clara County, California.At issue was whether Pai correctly decided to treat broadband internet as a lightly-regulated information service, subject only to Federal Trade Commission consumer protection-style oversight. Two years earlier, the agency’s prior leadership declared broadband was a form of telecommunications.The panel was comprised of Obama appointees Patricia Millett and Robert Wilkins, and Senior Judge Stephen Williams, a Ronald Reagan-nominee and the lone judge who voted to strike down “net neutrality” as part of a prior panel in 2016.The judges issued one unified opinion, unsigned by any one of them, accompanied by three separate ones, where they elaborated on their concerns and the reasons for their conclusions.Millett in a concurring opinion said she sided with the FCC with “substantial reservation” and was bound by a 2005 Supreme Court ruling that gave the agency discretion to classify cable modem connections.“I am deeply concerned that the result is unhinged from the realities of modern broadband service,” Millett wrote. She and Wilkins said either the Supreme Court or Congress need to take up the issue.Williams dissented on the part of the ruling that allows states to set policy. He said that the internet can’t be divided into state markets, and that state actions “would frustrate an agency’s authorized policy.”The judges told the FCC to reconsider portions of its decision about implications of its rule for public safety, the regulation of attachments to telephone poles, and concerns about telecommunications subsidy programs.Both sides said they want Congress to step in. So far lawmakers have been unable to agree, and there are few indications legislation might succeed soon.(Updates with reaction beginning in 10th paragraph.)\--With assistance from Susan Decker.To contact the reporters on this story: Andrew Harris in federal court in Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org;Todd Shields in Washington at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jon Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org, ;David Glovin at email@example.com, Elizabeth WassermanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Comcast (CMCSA) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.