Good news for Comcast in its Q4 returns: The cable provider and owner of NBCUniversal tracked a 26% increase in net income compared to 2012 numbers, to a total of $1.9 billion. And for the first
time in more than 26 quarters, it added 43,000 TV subscribers, reversing a longtime downward spiral. "Comcast’s results met or exceeded estimates across most of its units," writes Ravi Somaiya.
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