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Let's review important news and developments in these 3 names.
Sprint is in a much tougher position than T-Mobile, says Recon Analytics founder Roger Entner.
Chris Ciaccia takes a look at 15 solid companies with good international exposure that are likely to hold up if it turns out to be a long, hot summer for stocks.
The big two make more per unlimited subscriber than Sprint and T-Mobile USA, Jefferies says.
Verizon Ventures leads round with Boeing HorizonX joining as new investor
But in 1998-1999 we were already late in the cycle, and managed to see Nasdaq double from that point.
A deal is reportedly closer to being consummated, and the carriers' massive wireless spectrum portfolio would provide a distinct advantage.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
Tech and telecom chieftains brought their own agendas, however.
Virgin Mobile said it wants to become the first iPhone-only network.
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.
We are calling Dycom shares back up to the big leagues after having sent it down to the minors for a breather.
Cell phone and Internet customers reported service outages Monday, especially along the midsection of the Eastern Seaboard.
Altaba is the new holding company created after Verizon purchased Yahoo!'s core Internet business.
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.
The carrier's latest offer to get those using rival services to switch sounds almost too good to be true.
The number one U.S. wireless operator will incur the costs in the second quarter.
Sprint Is Desperately Trying To Fight Off The Competition
Tech stocks took a sharp turn lower late this afternoon as a selloff of the sector's largest names resumed.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Verizon Communications Inc is the #27 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. Within the broader S&P 500, when components were ranked in terms of analyst favorites, VZ claims the #416 spot.
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.