Telecom & Wireless

T-Mobile reported second-quarter results after markets closed Thursday that were above expectations on both the top and bottom lines. The big news, though, was the addition of more than a million new...
Verizon reported second-quarter earnings Friday morning that were slightly better than expectations but expectations were not very high.
AT&T posted second-quarter results Thursday morning that beat on the bottom line and came close on the top line. The company remains concerned about further negative effects from the coronavirus...
A report from SunTrust Robinson Humphrey details where the telecoms stand. Will 2021 produce growth similar to, if not better than, 2020?
Dish Network has completed its $1.4 billion acquisition of T-Mobile's Boost Mobile wireless service. The satellite TV provider is looking to become a major player in the wireless business.
Tokyo-based SoftBank said it will sell about two-thirds of its stake in T-Mobile as the Japanese firm tries to recover from big losses in its most recent fiscal year.
Verizon has teamed up with Visa and Synchrony Financial to offer a rewards credit card to customers. The company is hoping to cut down on its customer churn rate.
T-Mobile dropped a number of announcements this week, including a massive increase in the number of postpaid subscriber additions it expects in the second quarter.
AT&T plans to fire 3,400 technical and clerical workers and close more than 250 stores costing another 1,900 people their jobs. The company may also be trying to sell its gaming division and is...
AT&T looks to streamline streaming brands with the elimination of HBO Go.
The race to build 5G wireless networks has heated up over the past year or so. AT&T is betting that its stock price will get a large enough boost from 5G to keep paying its generous dividend.
With many Americans observing stay-at-home orders, satisfaction with TV and internet services have improved for the first time in four years.
With a solid capital structure, a good dividend, and a premium streaming service rolling out, AT&T is making a strong case for itself.
AT&T adapts its advertising to troubled times, spending more on live news and targeting stay-at-home consumers online.
AT&T has taken advantage of low rates to improve its capital structure and remains committed to a hefty dividend, but the stock has underperformed.