Good top of the morning to you sir. Thanks for the updates, the natives were getting restless wondering.
Many a good news from our Nok. Noktrain keeps a chuggin - slow & steady
Looks like I might finally win a mlb total this yr. Cowboys W's v Jaguars W's...hmmm
Take care Frenchmeister
Up early this morning as I have an early morning teeth cleaning appointment [stock tip of the day]. Sure hope my friends are doing swell.
I got my youngest flying in from Colorado in a few weeks for summer vacation. Summer is right around the corner and between the beach, the cookouts, time with the boys, baseball and beer...what's not to like!?!?
Loved watching the NFL draft recently and all the prognostication that goes into it. My Jacksonville Jaguars are making headway and I'm excited about that. It's about stinkin' time!
Well... Ralphie, the boys, and I say farewell for now. I miss our rapport, and hope you and your loved ones a happy and healthy summer.
All my love,
Frenchy and the gang 🎅🙋🙌🐕
"Man dressed as Jesus arrested after refusing to leave Apple Store"
I wondered how far our Apple fanboi rmbo47 would take his love affair.
After police investigators checked his hard drive, several files listed as "porn" were found. You guessed it, the files contained various photos of Apple products including ipads, iphones, ipods! Hopefully they can get him some help 😄
LMAO... my empty headed puppet bigdumbster. . . I don't even have to be here to keep my puppeteer busy. Bawhahahha ( :
SA: FCC approves Altice's $10B purchase of Cablevision
The FCC has given the go-ahead to Altice's $10B acquisition of Cablevision Systems, with some conditions tied to national security.
It's day 180 of the FCC's informal 180-day "shot clock" for reviewing such deals.
It's not an enthusiastic endorsement, but the agency found no adverse effects in the deal: "Although we find that the public interest benefits are limited, the scales tilt in favor of granting the Applications because of the absence of harms."
In giving its approval, the FCC set aside objections from the CWA and Zoom Telephonics.
Before Cablevision passes into Dutch ownership, the deal still needs approval from New York. The state's PSC is scheduled to decide on the proposal May 20 ..."
8/31/2015: Altice today announced the appointment of Michel Combes as both Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Group and as Chairman of the Board of Numericable-SFR ...
Don't pick on my papa puppet pounder the beans. He isn't trying to hard to be an idiot.
You're trying to hard to be an idiot, relax, take a deep breath, it will come naturally to you, DORK.......
papa puppet pounder gram says you cuff your puppet with both hands when you are in the shower. I want to be like you someday papa puppet pounder.
Josh … I went to the firm’s Euro Telco DB and it is a mess. Also, many of the records are labelled with a “P” meaning proprietary. Why, I don’t know. I then checked Cathy’s knowledge base on NOK and got no further. If you can tell me the top three Euro Telcos that moves the NOK revenue needle, I might be able to answer your question via another method … Jac
Ooredoo Qatar’s Chief Executive Officer Waleed Al Sayed outlined the company’s plans to prepare to launch 5G services in the country during the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference in Doha.
Ooredoo is pursuing a strategy of network evolution that will deliver a ‘better internet experience’ for customers, as well as enabling a host of smart technologies that connect millions of devices to the network.
Ooredoo is already laying the foundations for 5G services in Qatar, recently announcing it has signed agreements with global technology leaders to build the region’s first 5G research and development centre in Doha.
He spoke about how this investment would support the deployment of ‘Internet of Things’ innovations across a range of industries.
“The rise of the ‘Internet of Things’ means that we need networks that can support billions of connected devices, as well as millions of people. Our investment in the Ooredoo Supernet means that we’ll be ready for this technological evolution and will offer our customers the latest solutions as they become available,” he said.
“Events like the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference enable us to transfer knowledge and build partnerships for the future, as we push to become the leading integrated ICT provider in Qatar,” he added.
Al Sayed showed a video on the incredible services that the Supernet would bring to customers in Qatar.
The 2016 edition of the IEEE conference will run until April 6.
Feb 23, 2016 - Demand for IoT/M2M solutions, which enable business assets to ... Ooredoo has a presence in markets such as Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, ...
Apr 5, 2016 - Ooredoo Qatar's Chief Executive Officer Waleed Al Sayed outlined the ... this investment would support the deployment of 'Internet of Things' ...
Sprint stated in their ER “Both the year-over-year and sequential declines in spending were primarily driven by lower network capital expenditures, which ***continue to benefit from software driven deployments*** of capacity through carrier aggregation.” … JD
Grrrrrrrrreat company, bad stock.....the greatest free cash flow machine in corporate history.....a parable of sorts in the making ;-)