Comcast Corporation

Daniel Aaron, Ralph J. Roberts, and Julian Brodsky founded Comcast Corporation in 1963 after buying Jerrold Electronics’ spinoff. Between 1963 and 1969, the company operated as American Cable Systems and solely provided cable services to a small section of Americans. After several acquisitions and strong growth prospects, the company changed the name to Comcast Corporation. At this time, the company expanded its customer base. In 1972, Comcast Corporation went public on NASDAQ. The company’s shares trade under the symbol CMCSA and it a constituent of NASDAQ 100, S&P 100, and S&P 500 components.

In the initial decades of its existence, Comcast relied on strategic investments to grow its market capitalization. Presently, however, the company focuses on providing media and technology solutions across the world. Comcast operates through segments like Cable Communications, Broadcast Television, Cable Networks, Filmed Entertainment, and Theme Parks. Comcast operates reputable broadcast television stations like NBC and Telemundo. The company has its headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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