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Despite tough competition, the two telecoms' dividends are 'sacred,' analysts say.
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Cramer explains why the bulls may have gotten a break with Steve Bannon's departure from the White House, and also considers whether the alternate facts narrative has finally ended.
Digital Life is AT&T's service offering customers sensors and cameras to monitor their homes.
AT&T offered to buy Time Warner for $85 billion.
Verizon will build dedicated lanes in its core service network designed specifically for emergency call centers.
Hear me out: The same lessons and disciplines are useful in both.
Disney shares have fallen as the company prepares to launch a streaming service to counter Netflix, but it retains an advantage over the streaming giant.
Jim Cramer says there's never been a better time to own cruise stocks.
Jim Cramer is bullish on EPR Properties, Activision Blizzard, AbbVie, and ON Semiconductor.
Cramer says this is not the end of the selloff. That's why you should be mentally and financially ready for panic moves -- and opportunities.
War of words with North Korea draws market's attention amid signs of slowing economy.
What's up with these stocks?
Disney's decision to launch an ESPN direct-to-consumer service begs the question of when it might leave the pay-TV bundle.
It's unclear how Netflix will be able to replace Disney's premium content.
Even though investors were warned that 2017 would be a year of transition for the media giant, shareholders are eager for some unexpected good news in third-quarter earnings.
Time Warner and AT&T Entertainment chief John Stankey said that CNN would not be a post-merger casualty.
Peter Tchir writes that if slow and steady wins the race, then last week is sure to win.
CBS All Access and its digital version of Showtime will surpass 4 million total subscribers in 2017, the company said Monday.
A smartwatch with its own cellular connection would help carriers, but perhaps not enough to make a big difference.
Apple appears to be bending over backwards to rely more on Intel and less on Qualcomm.