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The shares may stall for a while, but we'd buy on prolonged weakness.
After talking to cloud users, one Wall Street firm boosts its price target.
The company is spearheading an effort to create a skinny bundle without sports or news that consumers could access as a standalone digital service or through their cable TV provider.
The pitched battle for wireless customers among T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and AT&T shows no signs of abating.
AT&T* will webcast a keynote by John Donovan, AT&T chief strategy officer and group president of technology and operations, at the Cowen and Company 45 th Annual Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in New York...
We suspect the culprit to be timing associated with a particular project or two.
AT&T's Randall Stephenson discussed Time Warner's massive trove of ad inventory and how it plans to leverage it at an investor conference on Tuesday.
Savings and other benefits would be "significantly more" than the $30 billion estimates some have floated, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said.
The struggling automaker is not the only giant company in need of an experienced technology leader at the top.
5G will allow the telecom giant to provide a streaming service to rival AT&T's DirecTV Now, but Verizon does not have a launch date for it yet.
Apple has perfectly good reasons for borrowing so much money and is in no danger of defaulting, but Silicon Valley's use of debt to fund dividends could have limits.
The market's roller-coaster week included its worst one-day decline in several months.
The Communications Workers of America threatened to walk off the job if an agreement wasn't reached by 3 pm today.
Postponing tax reform because of political turmoil in Washington could jeopardize the recent gains in the stock market, an executive at a family-owned business told the House on Thursday.
Some shareholders cheer as Corvex's Keith Meister pushes to remake CenturyLink in Level 3's image. A brutal proxy contest could lie ahead if CenturyLink's cozy board doesn't comply.
Time Warner's cable TV networks on Wednesday pitched yet another new slate of programming as TBS and TNT continue to search for that illusive breakout hit.
AT&T* will webcast a keynote by Randall Stephenson, AT&T chairman and chief executive officer, at the J.
Can you hear me now? For subscribers in some Verizon markets, the answer Monday morning was no.
Verizon Wireless customers are facing service outages on Monday in New York and Atlanta, according to mobile network monitoring websites.
Business leaders are using the blue bird to do more than just promote their brand.
In a mixed week for the markets, several portfolio positions significantly outperformed.
Apple's $1 billion jobs fund will put $200 million to work at Corning.
Stocks end the session mixed after Nordstrom and J.C. Penney become the latest retail names to report on a weak quarter.
Interest in the satellite communications company has grown following the bidding war that erupted over Straight Path, which also owned wireless spectrum.
The company that Verizon just agreed to pay $3.1 billion for has a sum total of nine employees.
A lot of money for not a lot of overhead.
Price weakness this morning might be an opportunity.