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But carriers are finding that there's no clear-cut formula to grab young customers.
The company swings to a profit on strong sales, and investors send shares higher.
Headaches are ahead as the country's rapid growth is about to slow down.
There's fresh outrage accompanying big questions about the company's future, which bodes ill for the stock.
After an initial spike, the averages fall after Colin Powell brings his case to the U.N.
The company won't discuss its touchy executive situation, but the stock rises as costs fall.
The wireless carrier also adds subscribers and predicts more additions in 2003.
The telephone company earns 37 cents a share from continuing operations, before items.
Vodafone may be the first large player to pick up a competitor and emerge stronger.
Analysts are fairly positive about earnings from AT&T Wireless, Verizon Wireless and Sprint PCS.
If somebody doesn't bow out of the game soon, the whole sector will crumble.
The telecom-gear maker's surprisingly optimistic outlook sparks a broad rally.
Good economic news fails to compensate for a slew of weak profit outlooks.
The cell-phone company gets a good chunk of sales from RadioShack outlets.
Companies are placing pricey bets that cell phones with camera capabilities will boost sales next year.
Investors shrug off decent retail sales data and higher tech outlooks.
Management convinces some it has turned the corner with its credit problems.
A pair of bullish research notes signal a strong turnaround for the sector in 2003 and 2004.
Value skippers like AWE. Meantime, Sprint remains in the dog house.
Sure, things are stabilizing, but that doesn't justify the sector's recent gains.
The shares have surged, but big risks -- including massive debt and competition -- remain.
A new CEO earns high marks for leading the wireless sector toward a more cost-conscious stance.
Investors ignore a huge loss and find reasons to be cheerful in the outlook.
According to operators' latest results, the mobile-data impact on revenue is astonishingly ugly.
If you cut through the confusion, you can get a better deal on cellular service.
Of the six major providers, the best one for you depends on your needs.
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