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AT&T climbs after announcing its $3 billion investment into its high-speed mobile network. Time Warner Cable advances on reports its merger with Charter Communications is likely.
Netflix tumbles on downgrade and disclosure that Carl Icahn sold his holdings. Micron plunges after hours trading after reporting third-quarter earnings.
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Time Warner Cable falls after an analyst downgrade and a net neutrality lawsuit is filed. T-Mobile drops as competition rises for low-band spectrum.
Box surges after announcing a partnership with Big Blue. Fitbit tanks as a Wall Street analyst advises investors to take profits.
With Micron projected to boost earnings by more than 15% over the next five years, now is the time to add to existing positions.
AT&T climbs higher following an upgrade by UBS and Barclays. Frontier Communications advances after an analyst foresees a potential dividend increase.
Apple added a new vice president role to its mix, promoting its top environmental executive, Lisa Jackson, to the broader role of VP of environment, policy and social initiatives.
BlackBerry tanks after its missing analysts' first-quarter revenue and earnings projections. Tesla jumps as it reaffirms it remains on track for its Model 3 production.
The voice-activated personal assistant will begin shipping July 14.
Comcast climbs as its 'Jurassic World' is poised to snag $1 billion at the box office in record time. Vodafone jumps after naming a new CEO for its German business.
Charter Communications inches higher on reports it has begun the process of raising money for its Time Warner Cable buyout. Comcast founder Ralph Roberts dies.
BlackBerry lacks focus and a real commitment to growing its software business.
The carrier is adding more fitness trackers to its suite of wearables and launching a new app to make sure the devices provide practical information for consumers.
Apple has sold nearly 2.8 million Apple Watches since the product launched in April, according to an analysis from Slice Intelligence, far surpassing other wearable computing devices on the market.
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