General Communication

General Communication

Employees:
2,300
Market Cap:
$1.44 billion
Revenue:
$933.91 million
5 Year Trend:
6.5%
Net Income:
$-26.51 million
NASDAQ:
GNCMA

General Communication Inc. (GCI) is a telecommunications corporation operating in Alaska. Through its own facilities and agreements with other providers, GCI provides cable television service, Internet access, and Wireline (networking) and cellular telephone service. Wikipedia

General Communication
Employees:
2,300
Market Cap:
$1.44 billion
Revenue:
$933.91 million
5 Year Trend:
6.5%
Net Income:
$-26.51 million
NASDAQ:
GNCMA

General Communication Inc. (GCI) is a telecommunications corporation operating in Alaska. Through its own facilities and agreements with other providers, GCI provides cable television service, Internet access, and Wireline (networking) and cellular telephone service. Wikipedia

Jul 29, 7:33 PM

Recently our #TERRA tower team covered 1500 air miles and delivered infrastructure to 8 mountaintop sites across #Alaska! Great job by STG Incorporated and all of our partners working hard to connect Alaskans. #AlaskaBornAndRaised

Jul 28, 7:33 PM

Jon Glover, Wildland firefighter Alaska heart: A second-generation, born-and-raised Alaskan, Jon has been a firefighter and disaster responder with the Alaska Division of Forestry for 16 years. Its incredibly rewarding being able to help Alaskans in their greatest time of need. Fighting fires: Jon follows the flames, whether thats in remote Alaska or in the Lower 48. On the fire line, he says teamwork is priority everyone falls to task and knows what to do. Outdoor office: Alaska is the last holy grail for wildland fires. Its rugged and challenging and tests your fortitude, but it sure makes for an awesome office space. Share your #AlaskaBornAndRaised story.

Jul 27, 4:20 PM

GCI is proud to support @usoalaska and all of the work they do for our men and women in uniform and their families.

Jul 24, 7:09 PM

GCI is a proud sponsor of @alaskasealifecenter and the awesome work they do across Alaska for our marine ecosystems.