CCZ - Comcast Holdings Corp.

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Bid52.00 x 900
Ask60.25 x 1000
Day's Range55.61 - 55.61
52 Week Range46.75 - 61.00
Volume15
Avg. Volume1,763
Market Cap52.098B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)46.93
EPS (TTM)N/A
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  • Comcast opens larger-scale Technology Center near Houston, employing 300
    American City Business Journals27 days ago

    Comcast opens larger-scale Technology Center near Houston, employing 300

    Although the company has 10 such facilities around the Houston area, this is the largest, spanning 32,000 square feet and employing at least 300 people.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    23 Philadelphia-area CEOs make more than a hundred times the median pay at their companies

    See how much companies like Comcast and Five Below pay their employees and CEOs. One Philadelphia-area CEO makes more than 900 times what the median employee does at his company.

  • Pluto TV expands free streaming network to Comcast’s Xfinity X1
    American City Business Journalslast month

    Pluto TV expands free streaming network to Comcast’s Xfinity X1

    Pluto TV is expanding its free streaming television platform to Comcast’s Xfinity X1 set-top cable box.

  • Xfinity Store opening in East Liberty is latest in Comcast expansion
    American City Business Journalslast month

    Xfinity Store opening in East Liberty is latest in Comcast expansion

    As part of Comcast Corp.'s (NYSE: CCZ) six-month expansion plan in the region, the company opened its newest Xfinity Store in East Liberty Monday, according to Robert Grove, vice president of communications for the Comcast Keystone Region.  Following an Xfinity Store opening in Monroeville in March and in Fox Chapel in May, the East Liberty opening is part of the company’s recent brick-and-mortar engagement strategy. With six more store openings set through the end of 2019, Comcast will bring its total retail locations to 14 in the Pittsburgh region.  The East Liberty store is located in the Cube Creative Space on Baum Boulevard.

  • Networks counting on U.S. women soccer ‘rock stars’ to deliver viewers
    American City Business Journalslast month

    Networks counting on U.S. women soccer ‘rock stars’ to deliver viewers

    When Fox and NBCUniversal’s Telemundo won FIFA’s U.S. rights for the 2015-22 event cycle in 2011, most headlines anticipated that the key parts of the deal would be the two men’s World Cup tournaments during that period.

  • Bay Area Council survey counters talk of Bay Area exodus
    American City Business Journals2 months ago

    Bay Area Council survey counters talk of Bay Area exodus

    The Bay Area Council emphasized the positives about Bay Area living, but almost half of survey respondents still said they may leave the region.

  • Profile: Will McIntosh, EVP Business and Strategy, Golf Channel
    American City Business Journals3 months ago

    Profile: Will McIntosh, EVP Business and Strategy, Golf Channel

    Will McIntosh was 29 years old when he sold WorldGolf.com to Golf Channel. The company, which operated golf and travel websites, became the linchpin for the network’s successful GolfNow business.

  • Business community participates in Big Table discussions around Pittsburgh
    American City Business Journals3 months ago

    Business community participates in Big Table discussions around Pittsburgh

    Over 4,000 participants shared their thoughts across the city today as part of the Big Table initiative.

  • NBCU, LA 2028 to combine Olympic media, sponsorship sales
    American City Business Journals3 months ago

    NBCU, LA 2028 to combine Olympic media, sponsorship sales

    NBCUniversal is making a “significant financial commitment to LA 2028” as part of a move that will see the two organizations.

  • Comcast, Independence joint venture gets a name and a leader
    American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Comcast, Independence joint venture gets a name and a leader

    The digital health company expects to launch its first pilot programs for delivering customized health content to patients and their caregivers later this year.

  • Mets co-owner agrees to pay $180 million to up stake
    American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Mets co-owner agrees to pay $180 million to up stake

    Fred Wilpon's Sterling Equities works out deal with Comcast and Charter Communications, New York Post reports.

  • AR playing an increasingly significant role in live sports production
    American City Business Journals4 months ago

    AR playing an increasingly significant role in live sports production

    Augmented reality (AR) is playing an increasingly significant role in live sports production, and broadcast and media companies are jumping in the game.

  • Comcast opens Xfinity store, with eight more coming to the Pittsburgh region soon
    American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Comcast opens Xfinity store, with eight more coming to the Pittsburgh region soon

    The company is shifting it's customer service to a "warmer" experience in consumer retail locations.

  • Sidney Sheinberg, former MCA/Universal head, dies
    American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Sidney Sheinberg, former MCA/Universal head, dies

    Film mogul Sidney Sheinberg, who led MCA Inc. and Universal Studios for decades, has died at 84. Sheinberg’s death was announced on Instagram by his son, Jonathan Sheinberg, who called him “an amazing man and an amazing father.” “He would want to be remembered first as a family man, second for his philanthropy with Human Rights Watch and other groups and of course for his work at Universal,” Jonathan Sheinberg said in a statement to the L.A. Times. The studio’s hits included “The Sting,” “Out of Africa” and “Back to the Future.” “Sid was a giant, in stature, business and heart,” Lew Wasserman’s grandson, Casey Wasserman said in a statement.

  • Mattel inks ‘Despicable Me’ deal, Jakks gets Warner’s Godzilla
    American City Business Journals5 months ago

    Mattel inks ‘Despicable Me’ deal, Jakks gets Warner’s Godzilla

    Toymakers Mattel Inc. and Jakks Pacific Inc. both have announced merchandising deals with major movie franchises, with Mattel teaming with Illumination and Universal Brand Development on "Despicable Me” toys and Jakks aligning with Warner Bros.’ Godzilla franchise.

  • What's next for Megyn Kelly?
    American City Business Journals6 months ago

    What's next for Megyn Kelly?

    NBC News ends its 18-month relationship with the high-profile former Fox News anchor, hired in January 2017 to add a different perspective to the "Today" show franchise and compete against "60 Minutes."

  • 'Today' readies lineup for show's third hour
    American City Business Journals6 months ago

    'Today' readies lineup for show's third hour

    "Today" is figuring out the lineup for its third hour, vacated by Megyn Kelly in October. NBC's Dylan Dreyer tweeted a photo of herself, Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin. The new lineup, while not officially announced by NBC yet, will resemble the other hours of the franchise.

  • T-Mobile CEO vows to take on 'stupid, broken, arrogant' cable TV industry in 2019
    American City Business Journals7 months ago

    T-Mobile CEO vows to take on 'stupid, broken, arrogant' cable TV industry in 2019

    When T-Mobile bought Denver startup Layer3 TV for $325 million a year ago, T-Mobile said it was part of the company’s strategy to build out internet-based TV service. T-Mobile CEO John Legere says his company plans to launch cable television service in 2019.

  • Could Jenna Bush Hager replace Kathie Lee?
    American City Business Journals7 months ago

    Could Jenna Bush Hager replace Kathie Lee?

    Bush Hager is popular among viewers and has had the advantage of subbing for Gifford when she is on vacation

  • Kathie Lee Gifford to leave 'Today'
    American City Business Journals7 months ago

    Kathie Lee Gifford to leave 'Today'

    Calling the announcement "bittersweet," Gifford also said she's "thrilled about the projects coming up," although she didn't elaborate.

  • Report: AT&T, NBCUniversal discussing content partnerships
    American City Business Journals8 months ago

    Report: AT&T, NBCUniversal discussing content partnerships

    AT&T’s WarnerMedia can show off a lot premium content, but it might need more. The business has approached rival Comcast’s (NYSE: CCZ) NBCUniversal to discuss ways of working together — and that could include licensing films or television shows for WarnerMedia’s planned new streaming service, according to a report on tech news site The Information, which cited people familiar with the matter. WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey and NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke recently had lunch to discuss a range of ideas, said two other people with knowledge of the situation, the story on Friday said.

  • Megyn Kelly wants NBC CEO involved in exit talks
    American City Business Journals8 months ago

    Megyn Kelly wants NBC CEO involved in exit talks

    Megyn Kelly, who is trying to negotiate an exit from NBC News, wants NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke involved in the talks.

  • Why Megyn Kelly never fit in at 'Today'
    American City Business Journals9 months ago

    Why Megyn Kelly never fit in at 'Today'

    Analysts and experts say gambling on Kelly's ability to pivot from a hard-hitting evening newscast to "Today's" lighter fare was a bad bet.

  • Sonic has carved out a niche providing internet, despite competition from giants AT&T, Comcast
    American City Business Journals9 months ago

    Sonic has carved out a niche providing internet, despite competition from giants AT&T, Comcast

    Dane Jasper didn't even set out to start an internet company, he just wanted to help fellow students get access to dial-up internet. Twenty-four years later, he's still in charge of Sonic, now a successful provider with a reputation for defending its customer's privacy.

  • Megyn Kelly apologizes for 'blackface' remark
    American City Business Journals9 months ago

    Megyn Kelly apologizes for 'blackface' remark

    Megyn Kelly apologized for her remarks defending the use of blackface for Halloween costumes after a barrage of criticism, including from from her NBC colleagues. On her show this morning, Kelly apologized and added, "the country feels so divided and I have no wish to add to that pain and offense. Roker joined Craig Melvin and Lester Holt in condemning the remarks, per CNN, which Kelly made during a roundtable about Halloween costumes.