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AT&T and Verizon both fell more than 1%, and given that they both represent the major telecom stocks in the Dow Jones Industrials, most of the reasons for their declines were similar. In some ways, the high-dividend Dow telecom stocks act in part
The first part of its Uncarrier strategy was to eliminate two-year service contracts in favor of installment plans. On top of that, T-Mobile introduced a new program that allowed for frequent smartphone upgrades, and T-Mobile Jump was born. While the
the telco giant that it played nice with earlier this year by entering into a deal that was supposed to improve the quality of its videos. Netflix is now telling its subscribers when the Internet service provider is at fault for a lousy connection.
kept rocketing higher into record territory on Friday morning, rising 66 points as of 11 a.m...The Dow has also now come within 100 points of reaching the next psychologically important level of 17,000. Most of the attention among investors this
Fault' in Our Stars' will leave Tom Cruise in tears...The Skinny: I finally finished Season 1 of "Orange Is the New Black" over Memorial Day weekend. I'm sure I will watch a couple of episodes of Season 2 this weekend but I won't go crazy.
It started out, as most things do these days, with a tweet sent out Tuesday, which showed an error message that a Netflix user had seen while trying to view a video on
In this July 20, 2010 file photo, a person uses Netflix in Palo Alto, Calif. (Paul Sakuma/AP Photo) Today: Netflix and Verizon publicly beef about broadband speeds and net neutrality. Also: Google gains as browser, mobile search share head in
The rumors of a deal to combine Sprint and T-Mobile surged again Wednesday as new reports said the two carriers had agreed on most of the terms for a summer merger. Sprint, which is owned by Japanese firm Softbank, is reportedly offering a deal worth
Sprint has agreed to purchase T-Mobile for around $32 billion, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The merger, which should occur later in the summer, will be the 18th largest buyout ever in the history of the telecommunications
Verizon sent Netflix a cease and desist Thursday afternoon telling the streaming service to take down the following notice to users. A little background: Tuesday night, Vox Media's Yuri Victor tweeted the screenshot from his Mac that shows an error