Comcast on Thursday reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped analyst expectations despite persistent softness in broadband subscriber growth and mounting losses from its streaming service, Peacock.
The company’s top-line growth was fueled by higher revenue from its broadband and wireless businesses, as well as its theme parks segment.
Here’s how Comcast performed, compared with estimates from analysts surveyed by Refinitiv:
- Earnings per share: 82 cents, adjusted, vs. 77 cents expected
- Revenue: $30.55 billion vs. $30.32 billion expected.
The Philadelphia company reported Thursday its fourth-quarter adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and…