The suit comes as Verizon has agreed to remove 15,000 "double poles" and upgrade parts of its legacy network.
With the acquisition, Spectacor adds to its hospitality business a renowned chef in Jean-Marie Lacroix.
To keep up with its rivals, Comcast is now offering one gig in Boston; it will be available later this summer in Philadelphia. Also slated for the service are Washington, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Charlottesville, Va.
High costs are leading to consumer discontent with pay-TV services. Comcast has been discounting its Xfinity TV service to keep consumers on the service, one analyst says.
The Word Network seeks FCC help in rolling back the cable giant's action cutting it off from 7 million homes. Comcast denies the claims made in a complaint filed with the agency.
An early backer of Dollar Shave, Comcast Ventures now has invested in more than 100 U.S. startups, putting it ahead of venture funds run by Qualcomm, Cisco, GE and Bloomberg. Could there be another dot-com bubble? Maybe, experts say.
Comcast CEO Roberts talk about cord cutting and why consumers don't seem to like cable companies.
Comcast sells its big ticketing operation Paciolan to company controlled by $4 billion Atairos firm. Former Comcast exec Michael Angelakis has deep ties to the deal.
Could Comcast one day be the nation's leading bowling alley operator? Comcast-backed Atairos has taken a stake in Bowlmor AMF.
Comcast, the nation's largest cable tv company, holds audio-only virtual shareholder meeting. And some investors don't like it. They say CEO Roberts and directors should meet owners face-to-face.
Verizon to replace 15,000 dangerous "double poles" in the state and boost repair to phone lines outside Philadelphia.
The tortoise or the hare? Cable giant Comcast noses past wireless giant Verizon in stock-market cap on Wall Street.
Verizon, Sprint and others have to add wireless capacity. But local towns fear that new towers will be an eyesore.
'Net neutrality' group says Comcast wanted to shut down its web site. Comcast says it was a mistake.
Cable giant Comcast enters LinkedIn’s list of desired-place work, mostly because of NBCUniversal.