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The telecom giant's highest-ever leverage ratio could complicate its efforts to make acquisitions, MoffettNathanson says.
T-Mobile's added subscribers number for the quarter was higher than expected.
Shares of fellow niche spectrum owner Globalstar also gain, as Verizon declines to say whether it submitted the $1.8 billion bid.
John Legere says the two companies' wireless partnership is doomed to fail and crows about T-Mobile's four-year streak of adding one million subscribers a quarter.
Yahoo! sold its business to Verizon Communications last year for $4.5 billion and the deal is expected to close in June.
Paul Price says buy only when a stock's P/E is lower and its yield is higher than its own average levels.
Choosing a Stock With a Big Dividend Can Still Lose You Money
Remember GeoCities, Friendster and Ask Jeeves? So do we.
Arianna's gone and so is the "Huffington." But the rebrand is just prologue for a business that's struggled as Verizon tries to become a content company.
Ken Doctor gives a look behind the scenes of The Huffington Post's redesign.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer was expected to step down after Verizon finalized the deal to purchase the Internet firm.
Did T-Mobile take market share in the first quarter? Also, is the wireless carrier a takeover candidate, and what will it do with the $8 billion in spectrum it's buying?
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer breaks down the day's trending stocks on our daily Facebook Live show, which airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
Cramer shares his views on the preponderance of evidence, and suggests having faith in interational strength.
Buying a company like Disney would give Verizon a Magic Kingdom of content studios, cable networks, theme parks and merchandising. But it would not solve the problems facing wireless.
Some types of aggressive phone promotions might end, but profit-sapping unlimited plans are here to stay.
Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
Earnings and hopes for a tax plan help lift the markets. Portfolio moves include exiting a utility position.
With a 2.3% drop today, Verizon is the top loser in the Dow Jones Industrials and will finish the week at fresh 2017 lows.
Jim Cramer looks to the companies that are really making it work for investors: AXP, GOOGL, FB.
Positive earnings from Dow component American Express brings a spring to Wall Street's step on Thursday and drives the bulk of gains on benchmark indexes.
Wall Street ended at session highs and the Nasdaq scored a new record.
Stocks rise Thursday as positive earnings from Dow Jones Industrial Average component American Express do most of the work for benchmark indexes.
The FCC is chipping away at limitations on media ownership, creating new rules likely to spark a new wave of consolidation among TV station owners.
The FCC's vote to reduce business data service regulations is said to be a victory for AT&T, CenturyLink and Verizon.