|Bid||31.90 x 1000|
|Ask||32.94 x 28000|
|Day's Range||32.31 - 32.71|
|52 Week Range||30.43 - 44.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.84|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.76 (2.22%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The landmark decision means that New Jersey and other states, on a state-by-state basis, can choose to legalize sports betting within their own state. It is a decision that the NBA opposed, because even though NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has advocated for legalized sports betting, the leagues want it legalized at the federal level, rather than state-by-state, which is likely to result in a messy legal landscape for the time being. (The NBA reiterated in a statement after the ruling, "We remain in favor of a federal framework that would provide a uniform approach to sports gambling in states that choose to permit it.") Nonetheless, count Atlanta Hawks majority owner Tony Ressler in the camp of owners happy with the ruling.
With a few hours left in the 2017-2018 television season, NBC and CBS are claiming ratings wins for the traditional September-May season.
Comcast was owed more than $100 million in loans it provided to create Comcast SportsNet Houston, which broadcast games of the National Basketball Association’s Houston Rockets and Major League Baseball’s Houston Astros. Along with Comcast, the Astros and the Rockets owned stakes in the network.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is facing some backlash as the company’s website reportedly leaked some of its customer data due to a bug. The media company was hit with a bug in its website that is used to activate Xfinity routers that can return sensitive information on the company’s customers. The website is often used by customers to set up their home internet and cable service, but it can be tricked into revealing the home address where the router is located, as well as the Wi-Fi name and password.
On April 25, Comcast (CMCSA) reported impressive first-quarter results, delivering better-than-expected earnings and revenue. The media and cable giant has exceeded earnings expectations for the past five consecutive quarters. Comcast reported adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.62 in the first quarter.
Charter's stock sold off after earnings on accelerated cord-cutting. Is the post-earnings drop reason to panic, or is it time to buy?
Verizon (VZ) was one of the companies that reportedly made an offer to buy the majority of Twenty-First Century Fox’s (FOX) (FOXA) assets. It came before the media conglomerate, controlled by the Murdoch family, chose to strike a deal with the Walt Disney Company (DIS) instead. Comcast (CMCSA) is another potential buyer whose offer Fox rejected.
Two security researchers found a bug in Comcast's website that let them pull up a home's Wi-Fi network and password with just a full address.
Wrestling may fit Fox’s new look after Disney saleWrestler Justin Gabriel squats on the top rope during a WWE Smackdown Live Tour. Like a victorious wrestler preening on the top rope, shares of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. climbed more than 12% Monday following a report that the entertainment giant had snagged a five-year television deal with Fox worth more than $1 billion. The Hollywood Reporter said a deal in principle has been reached to bring the WWE’s popular “SmackDown Live” to Fox starting in October 2019, for about $205 million a year.
LONDON—Britain is unlikely to open an antitrust review into Comcast Corp.’s $30 billion bid for U.K. pay-television company Sky PLC, a senior government official said Monday, removing a hurdle for the cable firm in a takeover battle that also includes 21st Century Fox Inc. and Walt Disney Co. U.K. Culture Secretary Matt Hancock said he had told both Comcast and Sky that he was “not minded to” intervene in the proposed merger.
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone resigned from Britain's opposition Labour Party on Monday, saying that a row over anti-Semitism allegations against him had become a distraction for the party's leadership. Britain said it was unlikely to refer Comcast Corp's bid for Sky Plc for a full investigation after deciding that the deal did not raise public concerns about media ownership. Automated financial advisers must provide more clarity on their fees and gather more information on a customer's financial circumstances to ensure they receive the appropriate service, Britain's markets regulator said on Monday.