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Azure is catching up quickly to AWS.
The tech giant saw double-digit revenue growth in each of its cloud-focused businesses.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
The stock is retesting cup-and-handle resistance on its daily chart.
Stocks are in flux with investors hesitant to pull benchmark indexes to new records.
Prices will have to grind through overhead resistance.
Tech always top of mind for TheStreet.
CEO John Legere blasted rivals, as usual.
John Legere is a fun follow.
The stock is sitting squarely on a key intersection of support.
T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS): Customer Growth Expected to Lead the Industry: 1.
U.S. stock futures suggest a mixed start for Wall Street on Wednesday.
Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and Comcast will likely catch shade from T-Mobile CEO John Legere on Wednesday.
What you need to know ahead of earnings.
Agree with him or not, you've got to respect his Twitter game.
What to expect from IBM, American Express and T-Mobile.
Jim Cramer says the earnings results we get this week will determine where stocks are headed for the rest of the quarter.
Procter & Gamble proxy fight is an intriguing distraction.
Why isn't Sprint Chairman Masaoyoshi Son investing himself?
Yellen's comments contribute to stocks as GDP expectations slip.
The cable cowboy could see the appeal of pairing his media portfolio with a stake in a wireless company.
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son controls more than 80% of the company.