Xfinity is a division of Comcast Corporation. In fact, in 2010, Comcast began re-branded its consumer triple play service as Xfinity. Comcast’s ownership is broken down between Class A and Class B Stocks (significantly more voting power per share than Class A shares). Indeed, the principal individual shareholder is Brian Roberts, chairman and CEO of Comcast, holding executive positions within the company since the 1990s. He owns 100% of Class B stocks, thus having significant voting power. Followed by The Vanguard Group with 8.7% of Class A stocks and BlackRock with 6.9% of Class A stocks.
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