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.
While customer ratings matter long-term, their immediate impact is limited.
Stocks are higher as jobless claims decline slightly from their storm-driven elevated levels.
The giant tech company is coming under pressure. No one thought it could happen, but consumers are fickle.
DreamWorks is downgraded to 'sell,' and Lululemon is initiated with a 'buy.'
Short answer: Yes. But the despised network beats the competition in one key area.
A fake press release about buying ICOA didn't pan out. But Google is still marching ahead with plans for more pervasive Wi-Fi as a way around Verizon and AT&T.
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