The wireless carrier reportedly is nearing the launch of its own pay-as-you-go service, adding a layer to the carrier's evolving prepaid strategy.
Stocks are higher as movement in Washington on some battleground issues is viewed as progress toward a compromise.
Stocks are lower, extending the slide that began late Wednesday following Ben Bernanke's press conference.
Stocks are higher amid optimism that budget negotiations between the White House and Republicans have progressed behind closed doors.
As AT&T announces an ambitious plan to expand its wireless and fixed broadband networks, smaller rivals see little reason to engage in a spending war.
Stocks are lower as negotiations in Washington continue to dominate headlines and move the market.
Eurozone jobless rate rises and the German parliament is set to discuss a revised Greed aid bill.
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