Comcast Unveils Small Business Protection and 3 Movers Attracting Attention
Sirius XM Radio’s (NASDAQ:SIRI) subscribers are drawn in part by Howard Stern, whose relationship with the satellite radio service has had its difficulties and still does. Stern’s sports host Scott Ferrall will be leaving to join the lineup of CBS Sports Radio which will be launched full-time on January 2nd.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) announced on Tuesday the unveiling of a new 24×7 equipment protection and tech support program for small business customers called the new Business Class Signature Support. Comcast’s target market is its customers in Florida.
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Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU) is among companies about which speculation has revolved, concerning Einhorn covering Lululemon as a short. Einhorn questioned Herbalife management this summer, but he never said he was in fact short.
Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) says that it is moving its headquarters to Stamford, Connecticut some four months after announcing that it intended to open an office in the New York area to house its leadership team. Around 200 Charter employees are expected to join Chief Executive Tom Rutledge in Stamford, which is fewer than 10 miles from his home in New Canaan, and should provide much easier commute for Rutledge, compared to his tenure at Cablevision Systems (NYSE: CVC) when he traveled by helicopter across the Long Island Sound to Cablevision’s headquarters in Bethpage.
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