|Bid||41.6900 x 0|
|Ask||41.8600 x 0|
|Day's range||40.6700 - 40.6700|
|52-week range||33.7300 - 43.8800|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.09|
|PE ratio (TTM)||0.00|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Sprint and T-Mobile Try to Appease US Regulators(Continued from Prior Part)T-Mobile and Sprint to divest more assetsT-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) might divest their wireless spectrum to get the Department of Justice to approve their $26.5 billion
T-Mobile and Sprint might have to sell some spectrum licenses to get a merger approval. Comcast, Charter, and Amazon are all rumored to be interested.
WarnerMedia, CBS Corp, Viacom Inc, NBCUniversal and "Walking Dead" producer AMC Networks Inc weighed in a day after Walt Disney Co's chief executive, Bob Iger, told Reuters that many people will not want to work in Georgia if the law is implemented, making it "very difficult" for the company to film there. The law is due to take effect on Jan. 1, if it survives court challenges. A Georgia tax credit has made the state a major hub for Hollywood productions, luring blockbuster movies such as Disney's "Black Panther" and "Avengers: Endgame," and Netflix Inc series such as "Stranger Things." The state currently employs more than 92,000 people in the entertainment business, according to the Motion Picture Association of America.
"We fully expect that the heartbeat bills and similar laws in various states will face serious legal challenges and will not go into effect while the process proceeds in court," the company said in a statement.
Two years ago, Walt Disney Co. parted ways with Netflix Inc. in a public declaration of war. Instead, Disney planned to keep them for its own streaming services. Similar issues confront other media titans like NBCUniversal and AT&T Inc., the owner of HBO and Warner Bros. Netflix, which has about 150 million subscribers worldwide, has some of their most-popular shows locked up for years.
How Charter Communications Stock Stacks Up with Peers(Continued from Prior Part)Charter’s scaleAs of May 24, Charter Communications (CHTR) had a market capitalization of $84.4 billion, as showcased in the chart below. Meanwhile, Comcast (CMCSA)
Big Media Seeking Revival: DIS, CHTR, ATUS, and VIAB(Continued from Prior Part)Viacom’s recent saleViacom (VIAB) recently sold some of its show formats to Comcast (CMCSA), according to a report by Variety. The financial terms of the transaction
Comcast Eyes New Opportunities to Drive Growth(Continued from Prior Part)Building of a digital businessComcast (CMCSA) has tapped talent from its Sky subsidiary in the United Kingdom to join its team in the United States working on its online video
Comcast Eyes New Opportunities to Drive Growth(Continued from Prior Part)Everyone is seeking advertisersComcast (CMCSA) is preparing to expand its advertising business with the launch of an online video service that will be supported by commercials.
Comcast Eyes New Opportunities to Drive Growth(Continued from Prior Part)Comcast and Disney reach an agreement about HuluComcast (CMCSA) and Walt Disney (DIS) this month reached a broad agreement regarding their stakes in online video service Hulu.
Comcast Eyes New Opportunities to Drive GrowthVoice-operated health deviceComcast (CMCSA) is developing a device that hospitals could use to remotely monitor changes in patients’ condition, according to a report by CNBC. The company is planning to
Charter or Comcast: Which Is the Best Pick in May?(Continued from Prior Part)Forward PE ratioOn May 16, Charter Communications (CHTR) was trading at a 12-month forward PE ratio of 39.18x, while Comcast’s (CMCSA) 12-month forward PE ratio was