Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)


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Open65.74
Prev Close65.56
Bid65.81 x 600
Ask65.82 x 1100
Day's Range65.56 - 65.91
52wk Range52.34 - 68.36
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap158.72B
P/E Ratio (ttm)20.01
Beta1.02
Volume589,485
Avg Vol (3m)8,314,778
Dividend & Yield1.10 (1.67%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    AT&T's Tennessee president rips Google Fiber proposal, hints at lawsuit

    "The One Touch Make Ready proposal is a bad proposal and we are not interested in an ordinance that adopts that," Phillips said during a press conference Thursday, a day after a summit between Google Fiber, AT&T, Comcast and Nashville Electric Service failed to produce a compromise related to the proposed legislation . Phillips' comments — and her indication that AT&T may, as it has done in Louisville, file a lawsuit should Metro Council approve the policy — illustrates the fundamental disconnect between the competing parties that has now set the stage for a high-stakes Metro Council meeting Sept. 6.

  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    Facebook's Olympics Performance Grabs Gold Over Comcast

    The social media giant dominated in engagement, though Comcast fared better than some may think because of viewership beyond traditional TV.

  • American City Business Journals18 hours ago

    No compromise: Fiber wars push forward as Google, Comcast and AT&T fail to reach deal

    The fate of an ordinance that could, should it fail, send Google Fiber packing now sits in the hands of Metro Council. The goal of the daylong conference had been to find an agreeable way forward to speed up gigabit internet deployment in Nashville without stepping on the toes of existing providers. The summit stemmed from Google's backing of an ordinance that would give the tech giant the ability to move other providers' equipment in order to attach to utility poles, rather than waiting for the other providers to do so themselves.