AT&T, which is looking to acquire DirectTV for $67 billion including assumption of debt, also pays off Sharpton for racial cover, Allen said.
“I find it outstanding that AT&T is the biggest sponsor of Sharpton’s 60th birthday party,” Allen said. “AT&T spent more money on Al Sharpton’s birthday party than they have on 100 percent African-American owned media combined. [Sharpton] should return the money because AT&T doesn’t even celebrate Martin Luther King Day as a national holiday. The employees there take it as a sick day.”
whats with the deteriorating service; data incomplete and late; one of the worse customer services of all brokers; nickel and dime you to death with fees and charges and then the data feed sucks
"Loss from operations. As a result of the foregoing, loss from operations increased to ($0.3) million for the three months ended September 30, 2014 from ($0.2) million for the comparable prior-year period. As a result of our focus on our stronger growth markets and better performing brands, and expected growth from our existing brands, we anticipate improved results of operations in the near term as compared to comparable prior-year periods, although there is no assurance that we will attain such results."
In addition to saving on the financing expenses associated with holding high-interest loans, we have freed up a significant amount of cash flow and strengthened our balance sheet by replacing debt with equity. The increased financial flexibility provided by this transaction positions us to take advantage of growth opportunities and partnerships in promising areas such as mobile payments," said Oleg Firer, CEO of Net Element."
NO it doesnt. Read your own post. ATT claims can be reasserted - its claims dismissed WITHOUT prejudice
that ignores reality. their net sales DECREASED and so did their profits; they just lost 11 mil; closing plants and shrinking; they also used more of their revolving credit - the world economy is slowing