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Cramer believes the stock will rise as soon as euro and China worries go away.
Cramer says investors should move way from the volatile gyrations in the market and stick with stocks with long-term secular growth trends.
The deal is a further step in the company's innovation process.
Spain's Telefonica to buy Austrian Internet phone company Jajah for $207 million
Vivendi trumps rival with euro2.8 billion bid for Brazilian telecom operator GVT
Spain's Telefonica sweetens offer for Brazil's GVT by 5 pc to euro2.7 billion
AT&T reports earnings before the bell Thursday, and some analysts are expecting blowout subscriber growth that would be bad news for other carriers.
Spain's Telefonica offers cash for Brazil's GVT, countering offer from France's Vivendi
The U.K. telecom company will begin selling Apple's iPhone in the U.K. and Ireland beginning next year.
The Pre, Palm's premier touch-screen smartphone, which has been an exclusive offering this year at Sprint, had been scheduled to arrive at Verizon in January.
Palm's Pre will invade Europe on Oct. 16 and will hit the U.K. for free with a contract.
The combination of T-Mobile U.K. and Orange U.K. will create the U.K.'s leading mobile operator, the companiea said.
China Unicom, Spain's Telefonica expand alliance with $1 billion share exchange
The Palm Pre handset will be available exclusively in the U.K., Ireland and Germany on Telefonica's O2 network and on its Movistar network in Spain.
Spain's Telefonica may enter the bidding for Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile UK subsidiary, a report says.
Mid-cap stocks that rule, plus why one pro is bullish about a global recovery.
The telecom company's first quarter earnings grew nearly 10%.
EU charges Telekomunikacja Polska and Slovak Telekom with monopoly
Sprint needs more than luck to avoid losing more ground to T-Mobile.
Telefonica has hired a PR firm to help bolster its image in the U.S. and U.K., suggesting it might be planning an acquisition.
Wireless Intelligence believes that the next billion global connections could be achieved by the third quarter of 2010.
Even in a tough economy, investors are rallying behind the tech bellwether.
As mutual funds slide, those that pay dividends are giving investors money on the side.
Cramer says the company's high dividend should be a red flag for investors.
Managers' impressive stock-picking is sometimes undermined by a discount in the net asset value.
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