Only time will tell......
Each pin she sticks in the doll will represent each Million she lost following Carl into a trade......
Anyone who wants to listen to boring cell phone calls or read millions of meaningless text messages, including all Law Enforcement personnel worldwide, are welcome to have a go at it. There's nothing to hide and nothing to keep hidden, and if there is....FIX IT.
I've seen the intensity of his martial arts regimen. He belongs in a mental institution.
If everyone drove an electric vehicle, we could say bye-bye to everything related to the Middle East FOREVER. What a glorious time to be free.
I've heard anecdotal stories of Southwest workers gaming the compensation and benefits system to their own ends. Covering children that aren't theirs, filing disability claims for simple strains and sprains...sad to hear. After all, this is the employees come first airline.
32 years!!! your hubris certainly does show. Verizon is so similar to Nokia in so many ways...this 130 Billion deal makes me laugh.
She acted like...we're Verizon, we'll let you join our customer base, if we think you're worthy enough. Our people saw it and said vaguely....just make your overpriced proposal Sweetheart and hit the door, we'll see how you measure up to the other outfits. She was perplexed why we didn't just sign the paperwork, I mean....we're VERIZON!
Will do Sport. Wish I had done it before this foolhardy deal, but what can you do? Verizon is the best and there's nowhere to go but down.
Just the service-no subsidy plans are either here or right around the corner. TMobile is trying it, and making some inroads. A $25.00 bring your own phone plan is completely in the cards. You'll know it when they announce it.
We do live in a capitalistic country and like Faber said this morning....competition is EVERYWHERE in this space. Verizon representative came around to my company. Had an arrogant attitude about her. Kind of like the attitude those Fins had at Nokia 5 years ago. And look at them now....3% of the market....arrogance, it's a real tell.
The correct trade is to short Verizon. In six months, you'll be seeing it. Try using some intuition instead of your bravado for a change.
Let me get this right....your defense of Verizon is a grammatical error. Is that all you've got? Microsoft entering the fray, Verizon overpaying by AT LEAST 20 billion. The bubble is about to burst. Sprint will announce a $25.00 EVERYTHING plan and Verizon will lose those 50% margins the CEO was bragging about. He'll lose those, IN A HURRY!
The goofball is actually looking to "grow" the business. And he argues if there wasn't growth there, why would Softbank have paid-up for Sprint. Well Mr. 10K smile, Sprint will be growing their business, AT YOUR EXPENSE. Your the 900lb Gorilla and they are going to be shooting at you with Elephant Guns. This marks THE ABSOLUTE TOP in the cellphone world regarding valuations. Cramer said so.
I hear you on that....maybe use the money to hire a couple of hundred forensic accountants to flesh out the validity of some of these "lost business" claims. Regardless of what the chicks at Hooters did, business people are fudging numbers LIKE CRAZY to get in on BP's great cash giveaway.
Vodafone would love to get some premium dollars for their stake. It's becoming a zero-sum game. TMobile couldn't make money to save their lives, much to DT's chagrin.
More time, for more criminals to file false claims for damages.