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Sprint Is Desperately Trying To Fight Off The Competition
Verizon Wireless customers are facing service outages on Monday in New York and Atlanta, according to mobile network monitoring websites.
With 5G services set to make the U.S. broaband market more competitive in a couple of years, Verizon appears interested in covering its flank, and also growing its broadband footprint.
The soft revolution at Softbank under founder Masayoshi Son is transforming a phone company into a private-equity technology giant.
The Justice Department would block a Sprint and T-Mobile merger, Jim Cramer says.
Except for Kohl's, the stocks yielding 5% are too expensive.
Apple has instructed its contract manufacturers to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm altogether. Injunction requests and an end to Qualcomm's iPhone modem sales are among the possible next steps.
Recent earnings reports show that T-Mobile's subscriber growth remains much better than that of its larger rivals. The difference in service revenue growth is larger still.
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"Generous" carrier promotions saw a decline in iPhone 7 store inventories.
New chip announcements from Intel and Samsung suggest Qualcomm's modem chip lead isn't what it used to be.
Is it worth the risk to chase Sprint on speculation the Justice Department will approve a merger this time around?
European stocks traded higher across the board Monday as takeover news and solid economic sentiment offset ongoing concerns over political uncertainty in the region
Sprint has run up sharply on M&A hopes, and still isn't in great financial shape. That gives T-Mobile a lot of leverage.
Markets change direction in the final minutes, pushing the Nasdaq to a new record and extending the Dow's win streak into day seven.
The carrier's results and guidance show that its aggressive pricing is still fueling share gains, and that it's not coming at the cost of profit growth or needed investments.
There have got to be some levels of resistance around here someplace.
The market is breaking free of much of what's been holding it back.
Streaming video and access to Jay-Z's music service are just some of the streaming enticements cell customers can bank.