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The Nasdaq tumbles and the S&P 500 slides.
Amid the battle of unlimited plans, AT&T's profitability grows and Verizon gains
When the market turns like it has today, there's a clear pattern you can use to buy into stocks on your list.
The Nasdaq tumbles and the S&P 500 slides. The Dow rises slightly.
Customers showed up to Verizon's unlimited data party in the second quarter. Is network quality and all-you-can-eat data enough to turn around the carrier's wireless sales and margins?
Both are open for business for all who need income and not just the capital appreciation.
Viacom has elected not to pursue an acquisition of Scripps Networks, deciding to remain focused on its turnaround plans under CEO Bob Bakish.
Verizon reports second-quarter earnings of 96 cents a share, in line with expectations.
Jim Cramer says some old-line companies are surprising us with good news, and their revival is what's behind a lot of these rallies.
In a July 11 post, we viewed shares of AT&T as a very low risk buy near the $36.00 area.
Fed, earnings drive gains on Wall Street.
Earnings from AMD and Boeing drive gains.
Stocks held higher after indexes hit intraday records this morning.
If Viacom were to buy Scripps Networks Interactive, CEO Bob Bakish would have to depart from a deleveraging course.
I want to be compensated for the substantial uncertainty that remains.
Despite intense competition in mobile, AT&T said wireless margins hit a record high.
AT&T Inc.* ( NYSE:T) reported strong adjusted earnings growth and margin expansion with lower expenses in the second quarter.
Twitter said that the incident was an accident.
With T set to report after the close, we are keeping a close eye on key support, although we still view the underlying story as favorable on a long-term basis.
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