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A disappointing quarter from Verizon was enough to pull the telecom industry and the rest of Wall Street into the red on Thursday.
Stocks sink again in Thursday trading after crude oil closes under $51 a barrel.
Give the stock some more time to stabilize and find fresh buying interest.
AT&T may be waiting to see how Verizon and CenturyLink's auctions pan out before pulling the trigger on marketing its own data centers.
AT&T's (T) DirecTV Now online streaming service doesn't require a satellite dish, cable box or annual contract, unlike traditional pay-TV offerings.
In a market starved for growth, the stock could go higher.
The number-four wireless carrier pre-announces a surprising gain in revenues, but questions remain about its capital expenditures and free cash flow.
The number of cars with built-in web connectivity is soaring. Here's a look at some of the companies that could benefit.
IoT is making homes, cars and entire industries smarter, but do your light bulbs and toothbrushes really need to be connected?
5G, due to begin ramping around 2020, delivers improvements over 4G that should be valuable for Internet of Things deployments. That could expand the addressable market of many chipmakers.
Drexel Hamilton managing director Barry Sine explains what the recent deals announced by both AT&T (T) and Verizon Communications (VZ) mean for these telecommunication businesses.
AT&T (T) is reportedly expanding its business in the music industry, potentially through exclusive artist partnerships or acquisitions.
While we didn't add any new names this week, we did use recent weakness in AT&T shares to build that position further.
Stocks such as Verizon and AT&T have advantages over the utilities and dividend areas.
Apple shares rise in the premarket on Samsung's woes.
Election and rate hike concerns did not stop retail investors from stepping up their equity exposure in September, especially in popular stocks like Facebook and Tesla.
AT&T (T) Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega told CNBC Monday that the carrier won't offer replacement Note 7s out of an 'abundance of caution.'
The South Korean group loses further ground in smartphone race
U.S. stock futures rise and the Mexican peso climbs after the second presidential debate; reports say Samsung temporarily halts production of its troubled Galaxy Note 7; Deutsche Bank shares tumble.
Cramer shares his views on what transcends negativity. Honeywell, Google and AT&T are among the stocks discussed.
As the Federal Reserve gets ready to tighten, investors' flight to safety has reversed course. Here's how to trade in the week ahead.
In the first week of the fourth quarter we continued our strategy of using stock-specific weakness to grow positions while improving our cost basis by adding to 2 names.
Railways are the latest frontier for GE's cloud-based Predix software.