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The 6 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Ford Rises to the Top

In most years, August is the heart of the summer doldrums, but this year the markets are hitting new all-time highs. And short sellers were not shy between the July ...
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Verizon First, T-Mobile Last in New Wireless Study

A new study from Rootmetrics has ranked the top four U.S. wireless carriers for the first half of 2016 on a variety of metrics that the company says indicates which ...
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T-Mobile Finishes Last in Evaluation of US Wireless Carriers

In a new Rootmetrics study, T-Mobile US Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) finished fourth in the national "overall" measure, which includes "reliability," "speed," "text," "data" and "call." Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) proved once again that ...
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Sprint Finishes Third in Nationwide Survey of Wireless Quality

In a new Rootmetrics study, Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) finished third in the national "overall" measure, which includes "reliability," "speed," "text," "data" and "call." Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) proved once again that it has ...
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AT&T Finishes Second in US Wireless Carrier Study

In a new Rootmetrics study, AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) finished in the second spot behind Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), but ahead of T-Mobile US Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint Corp. ...
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Verizon Wins Award as Top US Wireless Carrier

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) proved once again that it has a quality edge in the United States over the other big four carriers. In a new Rootmetrics study, it crushed ...
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Customer Service Hall of Shame

Every company in the United States likes to promise an exceptional customer experience. Yet some corporations do a truly abysmal job keeping that promise -- these companies provide very poor ...
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Sprint Destroys T-Mobile in Stock Market

T-Mobile US Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is supposed to be much better than Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S), both in customer additions and financial performance. T-Mobile CEO and President John Legere, the ...
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The 6 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Ford Bucks the Trend

In most years, the end of July would mark the beginning of the summer doldrums, but this year the markets are hitting new all-time highs. And short sellers were getting ...
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Is Best Buy Making the Best Offer for Samsung Note 7 Buyers?

Samsung Electronics kicked off U.S. pre-orders for its Galaxy Note 7 5.7-inch smartphone on Wednesday with general availability scheduled for August 19 in the United States. That was the signal ...
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The 6 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Sprint Back on Top

As the Brexit fears faded and the markets headed for new all-time highs, short sellers remained focused on their favorite stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Between the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Gilead, Sprint, Starbucks, Southwest Air, Texas Instruments, Disney, Nordstrom and More

Stocks hit a new high last week and are effectively looking for direction as very mixed earnings are coming with the start of a two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) ...
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Sprint Loss Widens, Posts Record Q1 Subscriber Growth

Telecom giant Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) reported first-quarter fiscal 2016 earnings before markets opened Monday morning. The wireless communications company posted a diluted per share net loss of $0.08, compared ...
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Stores Pokemon Trainers Visit the Most

Since its release, Nintendo’s Pokémon Go has been downloaded by Americans tens of millions of times and is set to surpass the success of other mobile games by any number ...
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Companies That Will Win and Spend in Coming 5G Spectrum and Equipment Surge

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unanimously voted on Thursday to adopt new rules that would allow for wireless broadband operations in frequencies above 24GHz. This makes the United States the ...
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