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The New York Times is buying Wirecutter for $30 million, while U.S. banks roll out Zelle, a money-transfer platform.
Shares of T-Mobile USA and Sprint surge as vertical consolidation strikes the telecom and media industries.
Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner's top-notch CEO, has had to wait years for investors to see the tremendous value of his work.
Verizon's (VZ) stock rating was upped to 'buy' at Drexel Hamilton on Monday based on the firm's belief that the company should see its earnings rebound in 2017.
Analysts covering both AT&T and Time Warner largely seemed to like the $85-billion deal to marry Time Warner's content with AT&T's distribution.
This telecommunication giant is encountering a rough patch. Here is the straight dope on this struggling dividend stock.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for Kinder Morgan, Verizon and 3M, and a downgrade for AT&T.
Regulatory issues will weigh on this deal, because of populist politics.
Telecom giant is spending $85.4 billion just to stay relevant.
AT&T says it will buy Time Warner in $85.4 billion deal that would combine a global telecom operator with the media company steeped in television and film.
Here's your 'silver linings playbook' for what promises to be a nerve-wracking week of unpredictable politics, mixed corporate earnings and volatile energy prices.
With sites set on being the world's largest entertainment company, AT&T says it has a deal to buy Time Warner in a transaction valued at $80 billion.
AT&T is close to a deal to buy Time Warner in a transaction that would create the world's largest media company, a powerhouse in distribution and content.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of HOT, likes MAR or EXPE better.
Jim Cramer ponders why M&A is just the start of the story and also wonders what a Democratic sweep would do to the markets.
M&A may dominate headlines, but investors need to watch earnings as well, says Jim Cramer.
Better-than-expected earnings from the tech world pushed Wall Street to close out the week with slight gains.
AT&T would seem to be going for broke if it were to attempt to buy Time Warner, a deal that could cost the telecom provider more than $100 billion.
Time Warner shares rose 7.82% to $89.48 at market's close, while AT&T fell 3% to $37.49.
Ask not for whom the register rings, and it better not ring for thee.
Verizon (VZ) is likely to experience weakness for the near term, but may rebound in the 2016 fourth quarter, Cowen analysts say.
The second stage of an FCC auction ended quickly, as telecoms, communications companies and investors bid less than expected.
With YouTube's help, Google's reported online TV service can stand out in an increasingly crowded field. But it isn't clear that either cord-cutters or pay-TV subscribers will embrace it.
The Swedish telecom equipment maker promises additional restructuring measures and predicts up to three more quarters of troubles.
Verizon is on thin ice with a disappointing quarter and the Yahoo data breach.