Sarah Cohen

 

Sarah Cohen has covered the business of telecom and technology companies for almost 20 years. Her work has appeared in Forbes.com, the FT.com and the New York Times Dealbook.

 

She spent 10 years as a senior reporter at Mergermarket, where she frequently produced scoops on M&A transactions with the company’s sister publication, Dealreporter. She was also a reporter at The Deal and Electronic News.

 

Her experience spans the whole of technology, media and telecommunications: Internet, software, networking hardware, information technology, chips, handsets, computers, cable networks and wireless networks.

Recent Articles By The Author

Sprint Stock Drops as Analysts Doubt Leasing Plan

Sprint Stock Drops as Analysts Doubt Leasing Plan

Sprint reported better-than-expected earnings Tuesday, but analysts said they didn't have enough information on the telecom's plans to reduce spending.

AT&T Stock Could Rise 15% On DirecTV, Latin America Strategy

AT&T Stock Could Rise 15% On DirecTV, Latin America Strategy

Investors expect the company to reveal more about its strategy for DirecTV and Latin America on Analyst Day in mid-August.

T-Mobile Expected to Report Strong Quarter, but Opinions About Profits Vary

T-Mobile Expected to Report Strong Quarter, but Opinions About Profits Vary

Cell phone promotions can win new customers but erode margins, although some analysts think T-Mobile's margins will improve.

Semiconductor Stocks Are Finally Coming Back Down to Earth

Semiconductor Stocks Are Finally Coming Back Down to Earth

After rallying this year on a frenzy of multibillion-dollar mergers, semiconductor stocks are getting a reality check.

What AT&T Investors Are Hoping to See in Telecom Giant’s Earnings

What AT&T Investors Are Hoping to See in Telecom Giant’s Earnings

Investors want to know how the DirecTV merger will make or save money.

Verizon Maintains Profit by Navigating Wireless Price Wars

Verizon Maintains Profit by Navigating Wireless Price Wars

Wireless giant Verizon appears to have struck a balance between price wars and maintaining profits.

Bet on T-Mobile, the Body in Motion

Bet on T-Mobile, the Body in Motion

T-Mobile is the top pick for the best investment among the big four U.S. wireless carriers, beating out AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.

T-Mobile, BlackBerry Among Tech Companies Just Sitting on the Auction Block

T-Mobile, BlackBerry Among Tech Companies Just Sitting on the Auction Block

Even in a heady M&A environment, some companies can't sell.

AT&T Stock Outperforms Verizon, but for How Long?

AT&T Stock Outperforms Verizon, but for How Long?

AT&T's stock has been rising lately in anticipation of its acquisition of DirectTV, while investors have been dumping rival Verizon. But it's unclear how long the different performances may last.

Sprint’s CEO Claure Swears at Competitor – and the Carrier May Have the Cheapest Mobile Phone Among the Big Four

Sprint’s CEO Claure Swears at Competitor – and the Carrier May Have the Cheapest Mobile Phone Among the Big Four

Sprint’s CEO Marcelo Claure found an entertaining way to remind investors of a new pricing plan that gives it an advantage over the other large telecom carriers.