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Crown Castle International Expected to Earn 49 Cents a Share

Crown Castle International Expected to Earn 49 Cents a Share

Crown Castle International revenue expected to rise 7.5% to $1.5 billion.

Verizon Is Ready for an Upside Breakout, Add to Longs

Verizon Is Ready for an Upside Breakout, Add to Longs

Let's check VZ's charts.

5G Rollouts Should Provide a Sales Lift to Beaten-Down Telecom Equipment Firms

5G Rollouts Should Provide a Sales Lift to Beaten-Down Telecom Equipment Firms

A number of telecom equipment suppliers sport low valuations following years of seeing very little growth. 5G network rollouts should provide them with a bit of a lift.

Adtran Stock Slumps on Weak Sales Preview and MKM Downgrade to Neutral

Adtran Stock Slumps on Weak Sales Preview and MKM Downgrade to Neutral

Adtran stock yields more than 4%. But it's slumping after the networking-equipment company estimated a third-quarter sales miss and a loss, and saw its rating and price target cut at MKM Partners.

Iridium Rockets After Analyst Boosts Satellite Contractor

Iridium Rockets After Analyst Boosts Satellite Contractor

The downturn in the satellite communications contractor's stock has gone too far, a Sidoti analyst contends.

Charter Communications Shares Rise on KeyBanc Upgrade

Charter Communications Shares Rise on KeyBanc Upgrade

KeyBanc Capital Markets upgrades its recommendation on Charter shares to overweight from sector weight.

Potential Ways the U.S. Could Target Chinese Listings

Potential Ways the U.S. Could Target Chinese Listings

The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.

ADT Offloads 'Capital Intensive' Canadian Ops to Telus

ADT Offloads 'Capital Intensive' Canadian Ops to Telus

Shares of security systems and services giant ADT flex some muscle after the company says it is selling off its "capital intensive" Canadian operations to Canadian telecommunications giant Telus for some $500 million (C$700 million) in cash.

Pentagon Awards Contacts to United Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Sprint

Pentagon Awards Contacts to United Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Sprint

The U.S. Pentagon has awarded two major contracts to two different U.S. bellwether aerospace and defense companies - United Technologies' Pratt & Whitney division and Lockheed Martin - to build Air Force jets and missile defense systems, respectively.

ADT Jumps on Sale of Canadian Arm to Telus

ADT Jumps on Sale of Canadian Arm to Telus

ADT says it is selling its Canadian operations to Canadian telecommunications giant Telus for approximately $500 million (C$700 million) in cash.