|Bid||36.0900 x 2300|
|Ask||36.1000 x 700|
|Day's Range||35.9800 - 36.2800|
|52 Week Range||35.1000 - 43.0300|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.92|
|Dividend & Yield||1.96 (5.42%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
BlackBerry is making some big changes. The company is now listed on the New York Stock Exchange under its new ticker symbol “BB”. It is also changing the way it does business. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith talks to BlackBerry CEO John Chen about the future of the company.
Once trendsetters in the wireless carrier industry, AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) have largely been following leads in recent years. T-Mobile (TMUS) has been a particularly disruptive rival, as well as…
The advertising prospects of AT&T’s (T) merger with Time Warner (TWX) may not seem to be much of a threat to Internet advertising juggernauts Google and Facebook (FB). However, by understanding…
Media stocks have been slipping all year, and Netflix's latest results point to a challenging future for Fox, Comcast, Disney and their peers.
As the rest of the country stockpiles candy and tunes into horror movie marathons, corporate America is getting ready to roll out Q3 earnings results — and it’s looking like pay-TV companies are in for a different type of scare. The telecom world was buzzing last week after AT&T, seeking to get ahead of the game, announced it expected to lose 390,000 traditional subscribers while adding 300,000 lower-value customers on its over-the-top DirecTV Now service, for a net loss of 90,000. Overall, UBS analyst John Hodulik expects the entire industry to lose 1 million subscribers in Q3, the first time it’s hit that milestone, as “cord-cutting continues to gain steam as streaming builds momentum,” he wrote in a note, reported out by Investor’s Business Daily .
Morgan Stanley's Benjamin Swinburne and his team take a look at cable and satellite services today, writing that their research show that consumers are increasingly unbundling their services. Swinburne writes that his data show that stand-alone services are increasingly winning, like T-Mobile (TMUS) in wireless, cable in broadband, and Netflix (NFLX) in video. Cable got the highest marks, with ~90% of those surveyed with cable broadband stating that they were “not at all likely” to cancel their broadband service.
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) is an active player in the fleet management and telematics business through its Verizon Telematics subsidiary, which has operations in 40 countries.
In seeking to merge with Time Warner (TWX), AT&T (T) is motivated by advertising prospects. For AT&T, combining Time Warner’s media assets, especially high-quality content, with its technology and massive…...
With AT&T (T) CEO Randall Stephenson telling investors and analysts that he sees the merger deal with Time Warner (TWX) closing by the end of the year, it’s important to find…
On October 11, T-Mobile's forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple was 6.94x, compared with AT&T's, Sprint's, and Verizon's multiples of 6.62x, 5.22x, and 6.84x, respectively.
Roku Inc (NASDAQ:ROKU) has come off a successful initial public offering (IPO) in late September. The company has built reliable revenue streams and, so far, it holds up against its competitors. If ROKU stock starts buffering, the company may be less prepared to help.
Last year, AT&T (T) made a surprise announcement that it was acquiring Time-Warner (TWX) for $85.4 billion. In this series, we'll look into that deal and other updates on AT&T and T-Mobile.
Like the rest of the TV industry, AT&T (NYSE: T) finds itself feeling the effects of cord-cutting. The Dallas-based telecom, which became the largest distributor of pay TV with the 2015 acquisition of DIRECTV, is no different. When the $49 billion purchase went through, AT&T had a total of 25.4 million video connections between its new satellite service and its legacy U-Verse cable service.