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Altice USA

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About

Altice USA, Inc. engages in the provision of broadband, pay television, telephony services, proprietary content, and advertising services. Its brands include Optimum, Suddenlink, Lightpath, AMS, News 12 Networks, and News 12 Varsity. Read More The company operates through the Cablevision and Cequel business segments. Altice USA was founded by Patrick Drahi in 2001 and is headquartered in Long Island City, NY.

Employees
12,185
Headquarters
Long Island City, New York
Founded
2001
Market Cap
15.15B
Price-Earnings Ratio
497.45
Dividend Yield
0.00
Average Volume
5.09M
High Today
$21.48
Low Today
$21.29
Open Price
$21.29
Volume
8.88K
52 Week High
$22.54
52 Week Low
$14.50

Collections

Consumer Products
Television
Broadband
Advertising and Marketing
Retail
Broadcasting
Telecommunications
Business Services

News

PR NewswireMar 20

Charles F. Dolan Requests New York State Public Service Commission Review Altice's Management of News 12

NEW YORK, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In a letter dated March 19, 2019, Charles F. Dolan requested the New York State Public Service Commission ("PSC" or "Commission") immediately begin a comprehensive review of Altice N.V.'s compliance with the Commission's conditions regarding the approval of its 2016 acquisition of Cablevision Systems Corporation, including its News 12 subsidiary.

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Seeking AlphaMar 13

Dolan family amends suit against Altice USA over News 12

The Dolan family has amended its lawsuit against Altice USA (ATUS +1.5% ) over the News 12 channel, asking the court to force a restoration of staffing levels to 462 for a five-year period.

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Seeking AlphaMar 11

Altice USA -2.3% on report of 13.5M-share secondary

Altice USA (NYSE:ATUS) is down 2.3% postmarket on reports it's shopping a 13.5M-share block for sale, for selling stockholders. Those shares are expected to come at $21.35-$21.50 each, Bloomberg hears, vs. today's close of $21.80. Some eight holders own at least that many shares: Next Alt Sarl, BC Partners Holdings, Canada Pension Plan, Goldman Sachs, Vanguard, Dodge & Cox, Capital Group Cos. and Citadel....

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Earnings

-$0.72
-$0.38
-$0.04
$0.30
Q2 2017
Q3 2017
Q4 2017
Q1 2018
Q2 2018
Q3 2018
Q4 2018
Q1 2019
Estimated
Actual
Expected May 8, After Hours
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