Chris Nolter is a senior writer focusing on telecom, media and technology. Nolter's coverage ranges from profiles of key bankers and dealmakers to the inner workings of complex deals, and he is often the first in the industry to report on M&A activity and private equity. Prior to joining The Deal, Nolter published stories with FinanacialTimes.com, RollingStone.com, the New York Times Magazine and the Columbia Journalism Review. He also worked at the Museum of the Moving Image, where he edited the Moving Image Quarterly, the museum website and other publications, and he has produced live news broadcasts for CNN Financial Network.
As a fight brews with Vice Chairman Shari Redstone, CBS postpones its shareholder meeting yet again as a New Yorker expose makes allegations against Chairman and CEO Moonves.
Recalling Facebook's meltdown, shares of Twitter plummet as the social network takes steps to remove fake accounts.
Broadband services carried the company's second-quarter results, raising the question of whether Comcast needs to bulk up in media and satellite TV.
The wireless chipmaking powerhouse topped forecasts and announced $30 billion in buybacks, as it terminates the NXP deal.
The merger parties have struggled to get merger approval from Beijing amid rising tensions with the Trump administration over trade.
In Qualcomm's Plan B, the 'b' stands for buybacks, which have their benefits and pitfalls.
Investors were cool to the telecom giant's plans for media expansion.
The parent of Time Warner and DirecTV earned 91 cents adjusted per share, beating a forecast of 87 cents per share.
As Hans Vestberg prepares to take over for CEO Lowell McAdam, Verizon continues to focus on its network and the launch of 5G. Don't expect a splashy media deal, or an Oath spin off.
Expect updates on wireless competition, the race to 5G services and the progress by Yahoo!--plus commentary from Hans Vestberg, who becomes CEO on Aug. 1.
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