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Altice USA, Inc. is engaged in providing broadband communications and video services in the United States. The Company’s segments include Cablevision and Cequel. Cablevision provides broadband, pay television and telephony services to residential and business customers in and around the New York metropolitan area. Cequel provides broadband, pay television and telephony services to residential and business customers in the south-central United States. It also provides services through ten states of Texas, West Virginia, Louisiana, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Arizona, California, Missouri and Ohio. The Company also provides Wi-Fi hotspot access content and advertising services. Broadband provides services, such as video streaming, content downloading for time-shifted video consumption and other applications delivered over OTT platforms. Pay Television provides services through cable network. Video services delivered over DSL networks.
1 Court Square West
LONG ISLAND CITY, NY
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Michael J. Grau
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
President, Telecom and Chief Operating Officer
Michael E. Olsen
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
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Altice USA Inc has reached a nearly $72 million settlement to resolve New York state claims that the phone and cable TV provider failed to adequately prepare for or respond to Tropical Storm Isaias in August, when more than 439,000 customers lost service.
Altice USA Inc's <ATUS.N> C$11.1 billion ($8.43 billion) revised offer to acquire Cogeco <CGO.TO> was rejected on Sunday by the Canadian cable company's top investor, the Audet family.
Cable operator Altice USA Inc <ATUS.N> and Rogers Communications Inc <RCIb.TO> said on Thursday they will pursue deal talks for Cogeco Inc's <CGO.TO> assets after a C$10.3 billion bid was rejected by the Canadian telecom company's board.
Altice USA Inc's <ATUS.N> C$10.3 billion ($7.9 billion) offer on Wednesday to snap up the U.S. assets of Cogeco Inc <CGO.TO> and sell the rest to Rogers Communications Inc <RCIb.TO> has been rejected by the Canadian cable company's top investor.
Altice USA Inc's bid on Wednesday to snap up the U.S. assets of Cogeco Inc and sell the rest to Rogers Communications Inc is facing resistance from the Canadian cable company's top investor.
Cable operator Altice USA Inc said on Wednesday it offered to buy Canadian cable company Cogeco Inc in a C$10.3 billion ($7.88 billion) deal.
Altice USA Inc <ATUS.N> missed expectations for third-quarter results on Tuesday due to weakness at its pay-TV division and the cable TV provider cut its full-year sales forecast, sending its shares down 10%.
Sotheby's on Monday named Altice USA Inc <ATUS.N> executive Charles Stewart for the top job, months after the cable television firm's majority owner Patrick Drahi announced plans to take the auction house private in a surprise multi-billion-dollar deal.
Cable operator Altice USA Inc is exploring options for its Lightpath fiber unit, including a divestment of the seller of Internet services to large corporations that could fetch $3 billion, according to sources familiar with the matter.
U.S. cable and satellite TV providers Altice USA Inc <ATUS.N> and Dish Network Corp <DISH.O> have urged U.S. regulators not to approve the planned merger between T-Mobile US Inc <TMUS.O> and Sprint Corp <S.N> in its current form, according to filings published on Tuesday.
U.S. cable TV provider Altice USA Inc called for regulators to intervene in the proposed merger between T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, in a filing published on Tuesday.
U.S. cable TV provider Altice USA Inc called for the communications regulator to intervene in the proposed merger between T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, in a filing dated Monday and published on Tuesday.
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