Just wondering how the spring selling season went?
Judging by the near 52 week low for Toll's shares, I'm guessing not so good.
Oh well, there's always next year
Don't listen to the paid bashers on this board, or the few who were inconvienced by the flash cut over.
I do get it, in the form of quarterly dividends.
Yes, after one of the largest and most complex integrations in telecom history, very few people experienceed any issues.
Synergies kicking in, old slow techs retired, and a more diverse and stable revenue stream that is much less reliant on legacy landline base.
Smooth sailing ahead, enjoy your industry leading dividends.
Originally only 140 to close, buy could not reach agreement with lenders.
What a shame.
300 more to close. 450 total. Thousands of lost jobs, and hundreds of empty stores.
No wonder Toll is flirting with a 52 week low?
VZ invested $7 billion just for FIOS in newly acquired areas.
So, another way one could look at the deal is FTR paid only $3.5 billion for the lines.
It's important to keep in mind that VZ no longer valued your business, and sold to FTR, who does value your business, no?
OK....so now we are up to two inconvienced customers.
The part time real estate appraiser and this guy.
Here's your credit, we're sorry, and please move along.
Just the beginning.
FTR may be bigger than WIN at this point. Second only to CTL in sector
Yep, voice recognition tech has eliminated thousands of jobs. CNC tech put a lot of shop guys out of work, as did power tools decades earlier.
Containerized shipping pated the dock workers down, as did robots in the factories.
Less than 1% of new customers experienced issues.
PPS and short interest are better indicators than rants from a few inconvienced people.
Two months in and PPS stable. A few minor hiccups with largest integration in telecom history.
Synergies and new business opportunities coming Frontier's way.
20%+ drop in short interest YTD.
More diverse revenue streams. Less reliance on landline revenues.
Wendy's just announced the expansion of self service kiosks in their 6,000 restaurants.
Sheetz has been doing this for years. Technology has improved to make this possible.
It's inevitable, wage increase or no wage increase.
Order error rate drops to zero.
Many fast food cashier's poorly trained and get orders wrong.