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CNBC’s Julia Boorstin talks with Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts about the future of cable, cord-cutting and bundles. Our goal is to give customers choice, says Roberts.
Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses Comcast's future growth strategy. Also Roberts weighs in on where he sees Comcast's role in handling of ratings data. A key factor in this is we want to respect privacy, says Roberts.
Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses how Comcast is positioning itself for a new generation of media. Also Roberts weighs in on where the company is looking for future growth, including opportunities in wireless and content distribution.
Our products continue to improve, says Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, talking about what's driving Comcast revenues as the company adds 320,000 high speed Internet customers.
Roberts, who served as the company's chairman emeritus, founded Comcast when he bought a small cable system in Mississippi in 1963.
The "Squawk Box" news team breaks down Comcast's quarterly results of $0.79 adj. EPS on revenues of $17.853 billion.
CNBC's David Faber reports Charter Communications is interested in continuing its "halted pursuit" of Time Warner Cable.
AG Eric Holder signed off on the lawsuit against Comcast-TWC, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the future of delivering content on the heels of Comcast's decision to walk away from its bid for Time Warner Cable.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is shocked to hear of the termination of Comcast's bid for Time Warner Cable.
Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses the decision to terminate its bid for Time Warner Cable. We have to move on, says Roberts.
The "Squawk Box" crew discuss Comcast's announcement it will drop its bid for Time Warner Cable.
I think the government is going to want something very substantial, says Richard Greenfield, BTIG analyst, providing his thoughts on the upcoming meeting between Justice officials and Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
The FCC's net neutrality regulations heat up the debate between Internet companies and Internet service providers.
Comcast's $45 billion deal for Time Warner Cable would create a monopoly, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings told CNBC.
Anyone who attended the groundbreaking D: All Things Digital conferences in the past will recognize the high-powered lineup of senior executives.
The CEO of CNBC-parent Comcast says the proposed merger with Time Warner Cable would help ignite innovation and scale in the cable industry.
There has been a rush to judgment in the media that I think is premature, says Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman and CEO, discussing net neutrality rules.