Company profile

Gregory Ben Maffei
Incorporated in
Fiscal year end

LBRDA stock data



1 May 20
5 Jul 20
31 Dec 20


Company financial data Financial data

Quarter (USD) Mar 20 Dec 19 Sep 19 Jun 19
Revenue 4.1M 3.94M 3.71M 3.75M
Net income -7.84M 91.97M 27.5M 12.05M
Diluted EPS -0.04 0.5 0.15 0.07
Net profit margin -191% 2334% 741% 322%
Operating income -7.28M -8.32M -7.59M -7.17M
Net change in cash -31.37M 3.18M -20.59M -6.04M
Cash on hand 18.36M 49.72M 46.55M 67.13M
Cost of revenue
Annual (USD) Dec 19 Dec 18 Dec 17 Dec 16
Revenue 14.86M 22.26M 13.09M 30.59M
Net income 117.22M 69.95M 2.03B 917.3M
Diluted EPS 0.64 0.38 11.1 6
Net profit margin 789% 314% 15534% 2999%
Operating income -29.28M -12.01M -25.48M -21.16M
Net change in cash -33.38M 1.85M -124.47M -449.35M
Cash on hand 49.72M 83.1M 81.26M 205.73M
Cost of revenue

Financial data from company earnings reports

Date Owner Security Transaction Code 10b5-1 $Price #Shares $Value #Remaining
13 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 120.5997 19,571 2.36M 0
13 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 122.4232 13,464 1.65M 34,227
13 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 123.0487 4,245 522.34K 47,691
13 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 124.15 225 27.93K 51,936
13 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 121.4004 14,656 1.78M 19,571
12 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 125.2568 20,487 2.57M 52,161
12 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 126.0353 10,101 1.27M 72,648
12 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 123.9411 9,666 1.2M 82,749
11 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 126.3002 41,903 5.29M 92,415
11 May 20 Malone John C Series C Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 126.747 20,288 2.57M 134,318
13F holders
Current Prev Q Change
Total holders 455 425 +7.1%
Opened positions 97 93 +4.3%
Closed positions 67 47 +42.6%
Increased positions 230 111 +107.2%
Reduced positions 78 119 -34.5%
13F shares
Current Prev Q Change
Total value 98.63B 72.25B +36.5%
Total shares 119.12M 100.1M +19.0%
Total puts 12.9K 17.4K -25.9%
Total calls 5K 0 NEW
Total put/call ratio 2.6 Infinity NaN%
Largest owners
Shares Value Change
Vanguard 16.21M $1.79B +16.4%
BLK BlackRock 7.42M $817.96M +5.0%
Eagle Capital Management 7.18M $790.94M +10.6%
Soros Fund Management 5.28M $584.8M -7.0%
Coatue Management 4.83M $534.8M -40.0%
PFG Principal Financial 3.77M $413.57M +39.5%
Clearbridge Advisors 3.41M $372.3M +63.1%
Ruane, Cunniff & Goldfarb 3.24M $355.47M +10.9%
STT State Street 2.65M $292.26M +14.6%
BAC Bank of America 2.33M $257.51M +66.1%
Largest transactions
Shares Bought/sold Change
Coatue Management 4.83M -3.21M -40.0%
Vanguard 16.21M +2.28M +16.4%
Cat Rock Capital Management 1.56M +1.56M NEW
Clearbridge Advisors 3.41M +1.32M +63.1%
PFG Principal Financial 3.77M +1.07M +39.5%
Norges Bank 0 -1.01M EXIT
FMR 1.27M +1.01M +374.5%
D. E. Shaw & Co. 1.34M +958.47K +253.3%
Ashe Capital Management 2.32M +947.51K +69.0%
BAC Bank of America 2.33M +927.03K +66.1%

Financial report summary

  • We are a holding company, and we could be unable to obtain cash in amounts sufficient to service our financial obligations or meet our other commitments.
  • We do not have access to the cash that Charter generates from its operating activities.
  • Our company may have future capital needs and may not be able to obtain additional financing, or refinance or renew our existing indebtedness, on acceptable terms.
  • We have significant indebtedness, which could adversely affect our business and financial condition.
  • The agreements that govern our current and future indebtedness may contain various affirmative and restrictive covenants that will limit our discretion in the operation of our business.
  • We rely on Charter to provide us with the financial information that we use in accounting for our ownership interest in Charter as well as information regarding Charter that we include in our public filings.
  • We may become subject to the Investment Company Act of 1940.
  • Our company has overlapping directors and officers with Liberty, Qurate Retail, Inc., Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings, Inc., and GCI Liberty, Inc., which may lead to conflicting interests.
  • Certain of our inter-company agreements were negotiated while we were a subsidiary of Liberty.
  • Charter operates in a very competitive business environment, which affects its ability to attract and retain customers and can adversely affect its business, operations and financial results.
  • Charter faces risks inherent in its commercial business.
  • Programming costs per video customer are rising at a much faster rate than wages or inflation, and Charter may not have the ability to reduce or moderate the growth rates of, or pass on to its customers, its increasing programming costs, which would adversely affect its cash flow and operating margins.
  • Charter’s inability to respond to technological developments and meet customer demand for new products and services could adversely affect its ability to compete effectively.
  • Charter depends on third party service providers, suppliers and licensors; thus, if it is unable to procure the necessary services, equipment, software or licenses on reasonable terms and on a timely basis, its ability to offer services could be impaired, and Charter’s growth, operations, business, financial results and financial condition could be materially adversely affected.
  • Charter’s business may be adversely affected if Charter cannot continue to license or enforce the intellectual property rights on which its business depends.
  • Various events could disrupt or result in unauthorized access to Charter’s networks, information systems or properties and could impair its operating activities and negatively impact Charter’s reputation and financial results.
  • Charter’s exposure to the economic conditions of its current and potential customers, vendors and third parties could adversely affect its cash flow, results of operations and financial condition.
  • For tax purposes, Charter could experience a deemed ownership change in the future that could limit its ability to use its tax loss carryforwards.
  • If Charter is unable to retain key employees, its ability to manage its business could be adversely affected.
  • Charter has a significant amount of debt and expects to incur significant additional debt, including secured debt, in the future, which could adversely affect its financial health and its ability to react to changes in its business.
  • The agreements and instruments governing Charter’s debt contain restrictions and limitations that could significantly affect its ability to operate its business, as well as significantly affect its liquidity.
  • Charter’s business is subject to extensive governmental legislation and regulation, which could adversely affect its business.
  • As a result of the closing of the Transactions, Charter’s businesses are subject to the conditions set forth in the FCC Order and the DOJ Consent Decree and those imposed by state utility commissions and local franchise authorities, and there can be no assurance that these conditions will not have an adverse effect on its businesses and results of operations.
  • Changes to existing statutes, rules, regulations, or interpretations thereof, or adoption of new ones, could have an adverse effect on Charter’s business.
  • Charter’s cable system franchises are subject to non-renewal or termination and are non-exclusive. The failure to renew a franchise or the grant of additional franchises in one or more service areas could adversely affect its business.
  • Tax legislation and administrative initiatives or challenges to Charter’s tax and fee positions could adversely affect its results of operations and financial condition.
  • Skyhook faces competition from multiple sources.
  • Skyhook is investing in a number of new markets, products and services, but those efforts are still in the early stages and there is no guarantee that such investments will be successful.
  • The revenue of Skyhook depends on a limited number of customers, and the loss of its more significant customers could adversely affect its business.
  • The revenue of Skyhook depends on the performance of device manufacturers, application developers and other resellers of its technology.
  • Skyhook has reported net operating losses in prior years as a result of its investments in new products and markets, and there is no assurance it will be able to attain consistently profitable operations.
  • The underlying business and technology of Skyhook depends on the commercial deployment of wireless and other communications technologies and its ability to continue to drive customer demand for Skyhook products and services in a rapidly evolving and developing industry.
  • Actions taken by Skyhook to protect its intellectual property rights, such as through a licensing program or through litigation to enforce its intellectual property rights, could result in substantial costs, and Skyhook’s ability to compete could be harmed if it fails to take such actions or is unsuccessful in doing so.
  • Skyhook could face intellectual property lawsuits from competitors or non-practicing entities.
  • The success of Skyhook depends on the integrity of its systems and infrastructures.
  • The regulatory environment in which Skyhook operates is complex.
  • New data protection and data transfer laws around the world could impact Skyhook’s business and its ability to collect location data, and impose significant compliance costs.
  • Privacy concerns relating to location data generally and Skyhook’s technology could damage its reputation and deter current and potential users from using its products and applications.
  • Security breaches and other disruptions, including as a result of cyber attacks, could compromise the information collected and stored by Skyhook and expose it to liability, which would cause business and reputational damage.
  • We expect our stock price to continue to be directly affected by the results of operations of Charter and developments in its business.
  • Although our Series B common stock is quoted on the OTC Markets, there is no meaningful trading market for the stock.
  • It may be difficult for a third party to acquire us, even if doing so may be beneficial to our stockholders.
  • Holders of a single series of our common stock may not have any remedies if an action by our directors has an adverse effect on only that series of our common stock.
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