VIDEO: Comcast wants to excel in service.
VIDEO: Here's how Comcast stays competitive.
VIDEO: During Business Insider's 2015 IGNITION conference, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts discussed with Business Insider CEO and Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget about the internet provider's likely move into the wireless business.
VIDEO: Henry Blodget interviewed Comcast's CEO, Brian Roberts, at the IGNITION conference on Tuesday. Blodget asked Roberts about usage based pricing which some people refer to as "data caps."
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Comcast announced plans to acquire Time Warner Cable for $45 billion today, which would produce an absolutely massive company if approved. In addition to being the largest cable provider in the U.S. with 23 million subscribers, Comcast owns a huge number of media and entertainment properties, especially since it completely […]
Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast, announced a deal to acquire the second-largest cable company, Time Warner, for $US159 per share. If the deal is approved by regulators, Roberts will be running a massive cable empire. Combined, Comcast and Time Warner will have 30 million subscribers. The next closest pay TV […]
Barack Obama had a bunch of CEOs from major tech companies to the White House to talk about the Healthcare website, NSA, and other topics. According to Politico, Obama was mostly interested in talking about Healthcare, while the Silicon Valley folks were mostly interested in talking about the NSA. We’re […]
"It is a fantastic platform for our company."
Comcast’s business is huge, and ranges from laying cable and providing internet and phone service to making content at NBC Universal. In trying to create a simple, cohesive experience, CEO Brian Roberts is looking to Apple, which has done that better than anybody.
At today’s White House CEO summit, Comcast boss Brian Roberts was seated directly across from President Obama.
Fortune hosted a breakfast at the Time Warner centre this morning with Comcast CEO Brian Roberts and Fortune editor Andy Serwer.
An interview with Comcast’s CEO Brian Roberts in today’s WSJ has an instantly classic quote that will no doubt be making the rounds. In response to the interview question, “Do you feel pressure from the growing number of deals Netflix Inc. is striking with content owners, including, recently, CBS?” Roberts […]
With the Comcast-NBC-U merger finally approved, this possibly gamechanging fusion of the largest cable/internet provider and a major network will also elevate the careers of quite a few television executive honchos.