|Bid||71.95 x 800|
|Ask||72.85 x 1800|
|Day's Range||70.43 - 72.07|
|52 Week Range||55.09 - 72.07|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.72|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.44|
|Earnings Date||Feb 6, 2019 - Feb 11, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||81.10|
New York Times media reporter Ed Lee sits down with "Squawk Box" to discuss what he expects for the CBS earnings report as well as what investors should watch in the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. The panel also discusses the future of cable news and how millennials might be changing the industry.
T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere defended his company’s $26 billion deal to buy rival wireless carrier Sprint in Congress on Wednesday, stressing the jobs it will create and how it will benefit construction of the next generation of wireless networks.
Cerner Corp. CEO Brent Shafer rolled out a plan he's been working on for the past year, while the heads of Sprint and T-Mobile faced a congressional hearing. Check out these and the week's other big stories.
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Analyst recommendationsAccording to data compiled by Reuters, as of February 12, 40% of the total 30 analysts covering Verizon (VZ) stock have given it a “buy” rating. Meanwhile,
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Verizon’s scaleAs of February 12, Verizon’s (VZ) market capitalization was $224.9 billion, making it the largest US mobile operator in terms of market capitalization. In
Verizon News: Green Bonds, Yahoo Issues, Job Cuts, and a Lawsuit(Continued from Prior Part)Lawsuit wants Verizon to forfeit revenuePennsylvania’s attorney general recently sued Verizon (VZ), accusing the company of failing to deliver the perks it
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Shareholder returns Increasing capital returns to investors is one of Verizon (VZ) management’s main priorities. In the fourth quarter, the telecom company returned $2.5 billion to
Verizon News: Green Bonds, Yahoo Issues, Job Cuts, and a Lawsuit(Continued from Prior Part)Verizon seeking to cut costs Verizon (VZ) is planning to cut ~800 jobs in its media unit, which would result in the unit’s workforce decreasing by ~7.0%. The
Verizon News: Green Bonds, Yahoo Issues, Job Cuts, and a LawsuitVerizon green bond offering oversubscribed Verizon (VZ) recently raised $1.0 billion through the sale of so-called green bonds. Verizon saw strong demand for its green bonds, allowing it
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Verizon adds customers Verizon (VZ), the largest mobile operator in the United States, has been consistently focusing on improving its network to add more customers, as the customer
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Verizon’s prepaid customer net additions In this article, let’s take a look at Verizon’s (VZ) prepaid customer net addition trend. The company has been losing its prepaid
What’s the news: T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile have once again been ranked highest for Wireless Purchase experience in the latest 2019 J.D. Power studies. Why it matters: This is the third time in a row T-Mobile has taken the top spot for full-service providers and the third time Metro by T-Mobile has ranked first for non-contract full-service providers.
What's the Outlook for Verizon in 2019?Analyst estimates Analysts expect Verizon (VZ) to report a ~1.0% rise in its consolidated revenues to $132.2 billion in 2019 compared to $130.9 billion in 2018. The company’s adjusted EPS are expected to be
Tech News: Amazon-Rivian Deal, AT&T on 5G, and More(Continued from Prior Part)AT&T is expanding its 5G services in two more citiesAT&T (T) is progressing well on its 5G network and has added two new cities for its 5G line-up. The two new
AT&T or Verizon: Which Is the Better Telecom Bet This Month?(Continued from Prior Part)Comparing interest expenses In 2018, AT&T (T) reported interest expenses of $8.0 billion, a YoY (year-over-year) rise of 26.3%, while Verizon (VZ) reported
How Is AT&T Currently Placed in the US Telecommunications Space?(Continued from Prior Part)5G in the telecom industry 5G network technology is the latest buzz in the media and telecommunications space, and telecommunications operators are
T-Mobile Beat Q4 Estimates, Reported Strong Growth(Continued from Prior Part)Analysts’ target pricesOn February 8, T-Mobile’s (TMUS) closing price was $68.38 per share. Analysts have given T-Mobile a median target price of $80.00, which implies
T-Mobile US Inc. Chief Executive John Legere and Sprint Corp. Executive Chairman Marcelo Claure told the U.S. House subcommittee on communications and technology that their planned merger was the only way to compete against larger rivals with more customers and resources. Lawmakers have no direct control over the merger’s outcome, which is subject to review by the Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission. Critics included the Rural Wireless Association, which cited T-Mobile’s record of dealing with rural telecom companies that often ride atop other companies’ networks.
Sprint Executive Chairman Marcelo Claure testified Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee that the carrier would need up to $25 billion to build a 5G network as a standalone company.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic lawmakers challenged top executives of T-Mobile and Sprint on Wednesday over their pledge not to raise prices for wireless services or hurt competition if their $26.5 billion merger goes through.
are reportedly looking to invest in Rivian, a start-up that makes electric pick-up trucks. The deal, if completed, would value Rivian at between $1 billion and $2 billion. The negotiations are still ongoing, but if successful the deal could be announced as early as this month, reported TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine.
T-Mobile's planned purchase of Sprint is facing new and intense scrutiny fromthe Democrat-controlled House of Representatives
In a congressional hearing Legere broke down where the combined company plans to add 33,400 employees if T-Mobile's Sprint takeover bid is approved.
Executives from T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp faced tough questions from lawmakers on Wednesday about how the companies' planned merger would affect prices and jobs, especially in rural America. The deal to combine the No. 3 and No. 4 U.S. wireless carriers, struck in April, was approved by both companies' shareholders in October and has received national security clearance, but still needs approval from the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission. Representative Mike Doyle, who chairs the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee panel holding the hearing, raised worries about the deal because the U.S. wireless market has just four main carriers.