Stemper keeps Comcast moving in business market

The business market remains one of the cable TV sector's hottest opportunities, and Comcast's Bill Stemper already is an industry veteran in this relatively new cable venue. Having worked for Cox Business before arriving at Comcast, Stemper now has the largest U.S. cable company looking to cater to large and medium-sized corporate enterprises, an effort that will pit them against the telcos that traditionally have held those accounts.

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