On Wednesday, Shares of Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA), subtract -0.10% and shut at $68.95 inside the end purchasing and offering session. The last exchanging scope of the stock ranges amongst $68.92 and $69.92. Comcast recently declared it is significantly increasing the speeds of its most popular internet speed packages – Performance Pro and Blast Pro – for both new and existing customers in the Oregon/SW Washington region at no additional cost. Most customers who presently subscribe to Xfinity bundles with these speed tiers will automatically be upgraded to the new speeds.
These most recent increases demonstrate Comcast’s ongoing commitment to continue to increase speeds for its customers, as it has done almost every year for more than a decade, in order to stay ahead of the ever expanding number of internet applications and connected devices in the home.
Shares of The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO), subtract -0.60% and shut at $41.12 inside the last exchanging session. The rest of the purchasing and offering scope of the stock levels among $41.03 and $41.31. The association’s commercial center capitalization is $176.28 Billion with the general uncommon loads of 4.31 billion. Since the 1930s, Coca-Cola has been synonymous with the holiday season. From heartwarming ads and special-edition packaging to the Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan stops that bring holiday happiness to communities across America, Coke and the holidays go hand-in-hand.
To embrace and celebrate the spirit of the season in 2016, Coca-Cola is shining a light on “unsung heroes”– those who go the extra mile to make the holidays more special for those around them. A new 30-second TV commercial, titled “A Coke For Christmas,” follows a teen as he wheels a cart of ice-cold Coca-Cola through his neighborhood, sharing bottles of delicious refreshment with merry-makers working hard to create a festive season and wonderful memories. From a man hanging holiday lights to a mom tirelessly preparing a holiday meal, each recipient is surprised by the unexpected token of kindness. The final bottle of Coca-Cola is saved for a visit from one last holiday hero: Santa Claus. Coca-Cola developed “A Coke For Christmas” with SRA Rushmore – Madrid.