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T-Mobile Earnings Good Enough to Raise the Price Sprint Will Pay?

T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) reported second-quarter 2014 results before markets opened Thursday. The wireless carrier posted revenues of $7.19 billion, compared with revenues of $6.23 billion in same quarter ...
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Sprint Still Losing Subscribers, Still Keeping Investors in Suspense on T-Mobile Deal

Telecom giant Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) reported second-quarter 2014 earnings before markets opened Wednesday. Diluted earnings per share (EPS) totaled $0.01, compared with an EPS loss a year ago of ...
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Why Verizon Earnings Beat AT&T

When AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) reported earnings after markets closed Wednesday evening, the company said it added 634,000 new wireless subscribers in the second quarter bringing its total number of ...
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10 Reasons People Get Bad Wireless Service

When customers get slow, intermittent or no service at all from their wireless service provider, the initial reaction is that the company has lousy service and there is just nothing ...
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Could These Top Stocks Trade Up Big Again After Reporting Earnings?

With the earnings season rolling on for the second quarter, about 150 S&P 500 companies will report this week. We have seen more and more of the top stocks report solid numbers ...
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Verizon and AT&T Earnings Previews: Different Paths to Profit Growth

Before U.S. markets open Tuesday morning, telecom giant Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) is scheduled to report second-quarter earnings per share (EPS) that are nearly 24% higher than EPS in ...
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Do People Really Hate McDonald’s?

A new survey from Consumer Reports indicates that people queried prefer food from Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. (NYSE: CMG) and Panda Express over what is offered by McDonald's Corp. (NYSE: ...
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Stock Winners After Intense Wireless and Pay-TV Competition

The mere fact that wireless has become ubiquitous is easy to see. Just look around, everybody from the 14-year-old kid to the 75-year-old grandmother has a cell phone, and in ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Abengoa Yield, CSC, Groupon, 3M, Vertex, Williams, Xerox and More

Stocks were lower again on Tuesday ahead of the unofficial launch of earnings season and after the DJIA 17,000 milestone was hit for the first time ever last week. Now ...
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FTC Goes After T-Mobile USA Over Third-Party Billing

T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) may have won over many new wireless customers as portraying itself as the 'uncarrier' for wireless subscribers. Now it turns out that a Federal Trade ...
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Merrill Lynch Doesn’t Like Sprint and T-Mobile, Neither Alone nor Together

One of the worst kept secrets over the past few weeks has been the pending announcement of a deal between the third and fourth place wireless companies, Sprint Corp. (NYSE: ...
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Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Moves to Front Burner

An agreement between Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) and T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) has been reached, according to a report from Reuters. Sprint will pay a premium of around 17%, ...
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Could a Sprint and T-Mobile Deal Happen Sooner Rather Than Later?

When you get the players in any possible deal in one room or area, and you get them to start talking a bit, you sometimes may get a little closer ...
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Google Top Company for Pay and Benefits

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) topped all companies in terms of best pay and benefits in a new survey by online jobs site Glassdoor. It adds to Google's prime spot on ...
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Why Comcast Is the Winner in the DirecTV and AT&T Merger

With the rash of huge telecom and media deals, investors often wonder who the real winner is when everything is said and done. Is integration an issue? Are there proper ...
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