Steve Burke

NBC's CEO reportedly didn't want Trump to launch a campaign when they spoke four years ago.
I want to let you know about some changes we are making within the NBCUniversal News Group. Andy Lack is returning to the
Gone are the days of Cronkite, Rather, Brokaw, Jennings, Sawyer, and now Williams. Mark your calendars: Tuesday, February 10, 2015, ended the era of the celebrity, legacy news anchor.
So maybe it's not just Hollywood creatives who are newly aware of what Universal Parks & Resorts can do. But a whole new generation of theme park fans who have finally learned to appreciate the Universal difference.
And Universal Orlando certainly hasn't had any problem filling up those hotel rooms ever since a certain boy wizard set up
Transparency hasn't exactly been a hallmark of Miami-Dade politics, so it's hard to imagine local candidates taking to one
But we have to admit, however unlikely -- Curbed points out SkyLink gets in the way of cruise ships, among other issues -- a
The spirited interview, which aired on Friday, seems far from contentious. Williams mentioned that Ari did not enjoy when
NEW YORK -- Cable giant Comcast Corp. disclosed in a regulatory filing Friday that chairman and CEO Brian Roberts and new
It's the first of many conversations Mr. Burke, 52, will lead over the next several months -- and perhaps the least among
His approach is a blend of the studied practices gleaned at Harvard Business School and the old-fashioned lessons of his
Perhaps one reason MSNBC's Phil Griffin suspended Keith Olbermann has to do with their soon-to-be-new boss over at Comcast being a big contributor to the National Republican Campaign Committee
With consumers creating and producing content, they are truly shaping the landscape and will continue to be the ultimate influencer of media transformation.
Much like the industry itself, our ranking of the 50 most influential people in sports business evolves constantly. It's
Comcast COO Steve Burke yesterday got the professional equivalent of a double when he was elected to a coveted seat on the
It's easy to look at Comcast from the outside and see a big cable company. But a closer look at the guys who made the deal -- and who will lead the combined company -- reveals something very different.