Charter Communications Inc (CHTR)

278.81
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 279.00
Day Low/High 276.51 / 280.49
52 Wk Low/High 156.13 / 287.27
Avg Volume 1.97M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 270.67M
Market Cap 75.52B
EPS -2.70
P/E Ratio 19.54
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Avoid These 4 'Over-Owned' Stocks

Avoid These 4 'Over-Owned' Stocks

If shareholders ever sour on these shares, things could get messy at the exits.

Charter Communications CEO: DirecTV Now Doesn't Worry Us

Charter Communications CEO: DirecTV Now Doesn't Worry Us

The CEO of the cable giant, Tom Rutledge, said DirecTV Now is not a 'full service,' and Charter isn't disadvantaged by not having its own content.

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

John Martin, CEO of Time Warner's Turner unit, at a Recode event Wednesday offered some of the thinking that went into the media company's October decision to sell to AT&T.

Killing Net Neutrality Won't Be Easy, Even for President Trump

Killing Net Neutrality Won't Be Easy, Even for President Trump

The president-elect and his advisers are no fans of network neutrality, but getting rid of the policy in the Supreme Court or Congress would be challenging.

Buffett, Once Bitten, Is No Longer Shy When It Comes to Airlines

Buffett, Once Bitten, Is No Longer Shy When It Comes to Airlines

Even the Oracle of Omaha can change his mind: Warren Buffett's conglomerate has moved back into airline stocks, with stakes in American, United Continental and Delta. Plus, what Cramer thinks.

Trump, Net Neutrality and Netflix

Trump, Net Neutrality and Netflix

The president-elect has tweeted his displeasure with net neutrality, but ending the policy could require the courts or Congress -- and would shake up the video market.

Charter Communications (CHTR) CEO Rutledge Says Packing Pricing Is a Problem for Consumers

Charter Communications (CHTR) CEO Rutledge Says Packing Pricing Is a Problem for Consumers

Charter Communications (CHTR) signed up 1.3 million 'cords' last year, but pricing can still be a problem for some consumers, CEO Tom Rutledge said.

Media Stocks Brace for Advertising Cuts, Merger Delays Under Trump

Media Stocks Brace for Advertising Cuts, Merger Delays Under Trump

Television and film stocks fell Wednesday morning on concerns that uncertainties about a Trump administration would prompt advertisers to pull back on spending and halt progress on mergers and acquisitions.

Dodgers (fans) got robbed!

Dodgers (fans) got robbed!

The Justice Department claims DirecTV cooked up a scheme that K'd Dodgers channel.

Feds Sue DirecTV, AT&T for Conspiring With Cable Ops in Talks With Dodgers Sports Channel

Feds Sue DirecTV, AT&T for Conspiring With Cable Ops in Talks With Dodgers Sports Channel

The Justice Department alleged DirecTV and three pay-TV operators exchanged non-public information about their plans to carry SportsNet LA, the network carrying Dodgers games in the Los Angeles area.

AT&T Faces Classic Conglomerate's Dilemma With Time Warner Acquisition

AT&T Faces Classic Conglomerate's Dilemma With Time Warner Acquisition

AT&T's bold move carries with it a challenge that can unsettle investors and trigger activist action.

Week Ahead: Fed Meeting, Jobs Report Paint Clearer Picture for Rate Hike Chances

Week Ahead: Fed Meeting, Jobs Report Paint Clearer Picture for Rate Hike Chances

The Federal Reserve will again convene in the coming week to discuss monetary policy, but investors will instead focus on what it may mean for a rate hike in December.

Is the AT&T-Time Warner Merger Toxic for Consumers? Some Advocates, Customers Think So

Is the AT&T-Time Warner Merger Toxic for Consumers? Some Advocates, Customers Think So

Free markets are at risk if this mega-merger goes through, one consumer group states. Why you should fear 'a tight oligopoly on steroids.'

Will Verizon Join AT&T's Epic Content Binge? What Could Happen to Sprint and T-Mobile?

Will Verizon Join AT&T's Epic Content Binge? What Could Happen to Sprint and T-Mobile?

AT&T's bold attempt at vertical consolidation may cause media, telecom, and pay-TV firms to all reconsider their strategies.

AT&T Buying Time Warner Is Shot at Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple

AT&T Buying Time Warner Is Shot at Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple

AT&T's stunning $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner could set off countermoves from the country's biggest technology companies. Here's what's at stake.

TrumpTV Doesn't Stand a Chance of Getting Into a Skinny Bundle

TrumpTV Doesn't Stand a Chance of Getting Into a Skinny Bundle

TrumpTV might sound exciting to his millions of followers, but the economics of the modern TV business make it a risky venture for a carrier.

A Time Warner Buy for AT&T Isn't Going to Solve Any Problems

A Time Warner Buy for AT&T Isn't Going to Solve Any Problems

AT&T would seem to be going for broke if it were to attempt to buy Time Warner, a deal that could cost the telecom provider more than $100 billion.

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: People Keep Underrating Cable Stocks

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: People Keep Underrating Cable Stocks

Jim Cramer says he doesn't like solar companies, but ICE is cool. Cable stocks, he says, are underrated.

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: These Companies Have Changed How We Live

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: These Companies Have Changed How We Live

Staying home is the new going out, and these companies are profiting, Cramer says.

Here's How Trump TV Could Become a Reality

Here's How Trump TV Could Become a Reality

Donald Trump's son-in-law has reportedly been putting out feelers regarding the launch of a Trump-inspired television network. Here's how it could actually happen.

Bullish and Bearish Reversals for the Week

Bullish and Bearish Reversals for the Week

Technology stocks dominate the bearish ledger this week.

Charter And ARRIS Announce WorldBox 2.0 Development Agreement

Charter And ARRIS Announce WorldBox 2.0 Development Agreement

ARRIS and Charter to collaborate on WorldBox 2.0 development and deployment

Why Comcast Could Still Spend Billions on Wireless Spectrum, Despite Its Deal With Verizon

Why Comcast Could Still Spend Billions on Wireless Spectrum, Despite Its Deal With Verizon

The cable giant recently announced plans to launch a wireless service with Verizon, but owning its own spectrum could give them more options and potentially, leverage.

Here's Why Cable Companies Like Comcast Keep Trying to Enter Inhospitable Wireless Market

Here's Why Cable Companies Like Comcast Keep Trying to Enter Inhospitable Wireless Market

Charter and Comcast are the latest cable operators to try to crack the wireless market, a trend that's been going on for more than two decades.