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AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, T-Mobile and Comcast are among the potential pool of qualified buyers that collectively satisfied the FCC's rules for the auction to be completed.
It's now easier than ever to help change the life of a high school student through a new online donation site for the 1Million Project.
Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) will release its fiscal 2016 third quarter financial results on Tuesday, January 31, 2017.
Telecom stocks have rallied twice as hard as the broad market since November. Now, these 5 telco stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory in 2017.
The promised full-time, full-pay positions come from a company the President-elect has accused of tax malfeasance and antitrust violations.
AT&T could be left behind if Sprint and T-Mobile team up, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
This should get you thinking about adding to your long position.
Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced it has selected Movius as its cloud-based platform that will soon give unprecedented flexibility to businesses by enabling them to add a second line to employees' business or personal...
The SoftBank Vision Fund aims to raise up to $100 billion and be a leading player in global technology investment.
Thanks to President-elect Trump's promise of corporate tax cuts, Spotify, MGM, T-Mobile, Pandora and Epix could all be on the acquisition block.
Sprint (NYSE:S) is teaming up with Uber to help attendees skip the long cab lines during CES ®.
Stocks slumped for the second consecutive day as markets adjust to mixed economic data and the financial sector led the decline.
Stocks are volatile at midday Thursday and are turning mostly negative as markets adjust to mixed economic data and as the financial sector slumps.
Shares of Sprint were higher on Thursday after the telecom company announced plans to create or bring back 5,000 jobs to the U.S.
Stocks were mixed Thursday morning as markets adjusted to losses on Wednesday and investors received mixed economic data.
U.S. stocks gained steam Thursday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average's march towards 20,000 continued.
The wireless carrier says it is not getting any tax breaks, but warmer relations with Washington could ease a merger with T-Mobile US, among other goals.
Stock futures are flat Thursday morning as markets adjust to Wednesday's losses and as investors consider fresh economic data.
Sprint (NYSE: S) Chief Executive Officer Marcelo Claure will speak at Citi's 2017 Internet, Media and Telecommunications Conference in Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, Jan.
U.S. stock futures were slightly higher and not moving much on Thursday, as investors expect low trading volume. Dow 20,000 is still tantalizingly out of reach; Nvidia stock sinks.
The jobs Trump touted in the Sprint deal look to be part of a previously planned U.S. job expansion by SoftBank.
Foxconn takes a controlling stake in Sakai Display, which could signify the company's LCD TV intentions as Trump boasts of SoftBank job creation.
Today, Sprint (NYSE: S) announced a commitment to create or bring back to America 5,000 jobs.
More mega-deals get done, Intel and Nvidia face stiffer competition, and Snapchat receives more scrutiny after a successful IPO, among other forecasts.
Trump, cyber crime, new sources of competition and the need for spectrum will all make a mark on telecommunications in the coming year.
Telecom companies could be winners in 2017, and Sprint and T-Mobile may reconsider their merger, according to one analyst.
The venerable publisher is at yet another crossroads, and once again, it is turning to the lawyer-turned-banker for advice.
Sprint (NYSE: S), a leader in high-band spectrum and TDD-LTE networks, today unveiled High Performance User Equipment (HPUE), a breakthrough innovation designed to optimize its 2.