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Google has 90 days to end what the European Union calls an overwhelming dominance in search.
Cable Companies Might Be About To Strike A Deal To Offer Wireless Service
Wake Up Wall Street: CBO Scores Senate GOP's Healthcare Bill
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average backed off from records set at beginning of week.
Charter Shares Drop on News of Wireless Pact with Comcast
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks including Coach COH, Sinclair SBGI, Charter Communications CHTR, Comcast CMCSA, Disney DIS and Nvidia NVDA.
The Justice Department would block a Sprint and T-Mobile merger, Jim Cramer says.
The global stock rally that started after the French Presidential election is fizzling.
Oracle signed a deal with Charter Communications to target ads to the cable provider
Comcast's mobile plans suggest a willingness to offer low-margin wireless services to keep broadband and pay-TV subscribers loyal. Incumbent carriers can't be pleased.
A battle over who regulates data and privacy flares on Capitol Hill
Charter Communications will invest $25 billion and hire 20,000 workers over four years.
Wednesday's history-making rally lost steam on Thursday, with markets struggling to remain in record territory.
Verizon's dividend could be in jeopardy if a deal with Charter gets done, says Jim Cramer.
A quiet end to stock trading on Friday, with markets little changed early going. But markets will record big yearly gains.
If shareholders ever sour on these shares, things could get messy at the exits.
Fundamental analysis says these names could plunge in a downturn.
A close above $230 gives the bulls confidence and a close below $210 makes us nervous.
While television viewing habits are changing, especially amid the rise of streaming outlets like Netflix and Amazon Prime, people will likely consume more video than ever before.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday April 28, investors will get quarterly results from Ford, Dow Chemical and Amazon.
Wall Street started out the week in the red, holding onto modest losses through to the end of the session.
As Liberty Interactive prepares for a spinoff of its stake in Expedia, CEO John Malone may be looking ahead to other deals.
Given that our indicators are all in a bullish alignment, Charter Communications is ready to go higher.
Time Warner and its HBO network have met with federal regulators to raise concerns about Charter Communications Inc.'s deal to combine with Time Warner Cable.