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AT&T Inc.* ( NYSE: T) announced today that the company's second-quarter 2017 results will be released after the New York Stock Exchange closes on Tuesday, July 25, 2017.
Tech and telecom chieftains brought their own agendas, however.
AT&T senior executive VP Bob Quinn said the company is still unsure what final conditions may be needed as part of the approval process.
AT&T CEO Stephenson said he thinks other major players from across his industry would invest, too.
A deal is reportedly closer to being consummated, and the carriers' massive wireless spectrum portfolio would provide a distinct advantage.
Virgin Mobile said it wants to become the first iPhone-only network.
Intel is partnering with a company that builds startups that are designed to take on cybersecurity.
McDonald's joins a growing list of U.S. advertisers leaving the Olympics.
The cable operator and network owner will have to rely on pricing power as declines in pay-TV subscribers accelerate amid slow growth in internet services.
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Walmart, AT&T, Starbucks and JPMorgan Chase continue to keep their distance from YouTube.
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Cell phone and Internet customers reported service outages Monday, especially along the midsection of the Eastern Seaboard.
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Trump sold most of his personal stock holdings in June 2016.
President Trump's revision of Obama's Cuba policy stands to put in limbo American business progress on the island.
CBS will be looking to leverage its standalone digital Showtime service for the August 26 fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.
Tech stocks took a hit during a week of twists and turns and the Fed hiking interest rates.
Amazon's Whole Foods deal has captured one California congressman's attention, but President Trump, who has accused Amazon of having antitrust problems in the past, has yet to weight in.
The carrier's latest offer to get those using rival services to switch sounds almost too good to be true.
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Google has attracted most brands back to its site after ads ran next to neo-Nazi and jihadist videos, but it's still hoping for some big players to return.
Claure explained that the smaller companies compete by acting as 'mavericks' in the wireless marketplace.
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