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Investors will worry if the wireless service can hang onto its customers.
Observers wonder if the company has enough on offer to sustain profits after years of housecleaning.
Less-impressive players such as Sprint PCS could come under pressure as phone numbers become 'portable.'
Wireless gearmakers are counting on a 3G buildout, but some fear WiFi's emergence could slow spending.
The firm downgrades Sprint PCS, Triton PCS and Alltel to market perform.
Bank of America looks especially ugly. Plus, Sprint PCS, Texas Instruments and more.
The once-pristine walkie-talkie field is about to become the site of fierce competition.
Modelman responds to readers on the Chinese currency and the terrific Terrible $2s portfolio.
The averages end lower as investors eye some mixed earnings reports and weak economic data.
The wireless carrier's report wasn't good enough to justify a price that has risen more than 50% this year.
Cramer breaks down what the company's earnings report means to his holding in the name.
It will provide gear to move the carrier toward third-generation networks.
If it stays above its resistance line, it's likely headed higher. Plus, Sprint PCS, Hovnanian and more.
A report says the company will reduce its workforce by 3% this year.
It and venture partner Sony pull out of the U.S. market for CDMA cell phones.
The averages end solidly higher despite a warning from Texas Instruments.
The company cuts 500 jobs and sets a big payoff for three top former execs.
The company says cell-phone sales in the region are being hurt by SARS and excess inventory.
A Wachovia analyst upgrades the stock and likes the risk-reward scenario.
The big phone company misses first-quarter financial targets and trims 2003 guidance.
An arbitration ruling will allow the executive to jump to a rival but protect BellSouth's data.
The company's midquarter update could reflect weakening demand amid an uncertain economy.
Growth in China and India helps the company boost estimates for shipments.
The move comes in response to a complaint that the carrier violated contractual agreements.
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