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  • AT&T Closes AppNexus Buyout to Go Deep Into Digital Ad Realm
    Zacks2 days ago

    AT&T Closes AppNexus Buyout to Go Deep Into Digital Ad Realm

    The transaction is likely to augment AT&T's (T) foothold in the digital ad sales market to better compete with its rivals.

  • T-Mobile Unveils Exclusive Offers for Improved Customer Care
    Zacks2 days ago

    T-Mobile Unveils Exclusive Offers for Improved Customer Care

    We remain encouraged by T-Mobile's (TMUS) exclusive service offerings and expect its top line to get a boost from added subscriptions.

  • Motley Fool2 days ago

    3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 6%

    Who says you can't have a combination of stable income and growth potential?

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    M&Ain't: Several Of The Year's Biggest Mergers Face Uncertain Future

    The high failure rate is a direct result of companies' inability to determine the strategic purpose of deals and how specific plans will enhance or stunt growth, according to the Harvard study.  AT&T/Time Warner Inc. AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)’s $85-billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc. faced significant headwinds earlier this year as the Justice Department sued to block the potential merger. The reasoning for the DOJ’s decision was rooted in the deal's effect on consumers.

  • This Is the Only U.S. Carrier Improving Customer Loyalty
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    This Is the Only U.S. Carrier Improving Customer Loyalty

    While three of the four major wireless carriers' postpaid phone churn grew last quarter, one is getting better at keeping its subscribers.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] T-Mobile Forges Deals With Pandora, Live Nation

    T-Mobile US Inc. said it would give customers free music and perks from Pandora Media Inc. and Live Nation Entertainment Inc., the latest in a string of sweeteners from carriers battling for customers without resorting to discounting. The No. 3 wireless company in terms of subscribers said Wednesday it will give one year of Pandora Plus service to existing customers who sign up this month through its T-Mobile Tuesdays app. Subscribers were also promised special seating and other perks at events run by concert promoter Live Nation, an arrangement similar to the carrier’s existing partnership with Major League Baseball.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg Speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Today

    CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg Speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Today|| 105399333

  • BitAngels Founder Sues AT&T for $224 million Following Wallet Hacks
    Bitcoin Magazine3 days ago

    BitAngels Founder Sues AT&T for $224 million Following Wallet Hacks

    BitAngels founder Michael Terpin has filed a $224 million lawsuit against telecoms provider AT&T, alleging that its negligence led him to lose about $24 million worth of cryptocurrency to fraudsters, according to a CNBC report. In a 69-page deposition to the Los Angeles U.S. District Court on August 15, 2018, Terpin claims that AT&T “willingly” cooperated with hackers who co-opted his identity and thus gained access to his crypto wallets.Crypto Wallet HackAccording to the filing, Terpin suffered two separate hacks within seven months of each other, with the second hack resulting in a loss of nearly $24 million in token funds.He says that a fraudster successfully obtained his phone number by cooperating with an insider, escaping the otherwise mandatory identity check that would be required to get such information. After obtaining the phone number, according to the complaint, the fraudster was able to gain access to Terpin's crypto wallet and steal his funds.An excerpt from Terpin's complaint reads as follows:"What AT&T did was like a hotel giving a thief with a fake ID a room key and a key to the room safe to steal jewelry in the safe from the rightful owner."In its emailed response to the media, AT&T maintained its innocence, stating that it disputes the allegations and looks forward to presenting its case in court. Terpin is seeking a payout of $200 million in punitive damages in addition to $24 million in compensatory damages.The event once again brings into focus the lingering security issues within the crypto space, coming on the heels of news that John McAfee's “unhackable” BitFi wallet has allegedly been breached for the second time in as many weeks. As one of the industry’s pain points, crypto fund security has long been identified as an existential threat to the entry of traditional financial institutions into the space. A number of solutions like Coinbase Custody and a proposed Goldman Sachs crypto custody solution have been mooted as potential solutions to the problem.Alongside Roger Ver and Brock Pierce, Terpin currently runs BitAngels, an angel investment group specifically directed at bitcoin and cryptocurrency entrepreneurs, and the BitAngels/DApps Fund which focuses on digital currency. This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

  • AT&T faces $224 million lawsuit over cryptocurrency theft
    Engadget3 days ago

    AT&T faces $224 million lawsuit over cryptocurrency theft

    Cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin has filed a lawsuit against AT&T, claiming that the company's negligence led him to be robbed of nearly $24 million worth of cryptocurrency. Terpin alleges that in January, while AT&T was his service provider, three million tokens were taken from him through a "digital identity theft" of his cellphone account, according to Reuters. In the 69-page complaint filed with the US District Court in Los Angeles, Terpin says, "AT&T's willing cooperation with the hacker, gross negligence, violation of its statutory duties and failure to adhere to its commitments in its privacy policy," enabled the theft.

  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Constance Wu was tens of thousands of dollars in debt before her big break
    CNBC3 days ago

    ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Constance Wu was tens of thousands of dollars in debt before her big break

    "I was in tens of thousands of dollars in debt: credit card. Car. Personal. Student loans. I paid for my college all myself," said Constance Wu, star of the Warner Bros. movie "Crazy Rich Asians." It's the first major studio movie predominantly starring Asian-Americans in 25 years.

  • The way you get TV and internet at home is about to change drastically — for the better
    CNBC3 days ago

    The way you get TV and internet at home is about to change drastically — for the better

    Your home internet and TV experience is about to change drastically with the rollout of 5G.

  • AT&T Makes Numerous Investments to Enhance Local Networks
    Zacks3 days ago

    AT&T Makes Numerous Investments to Enhance Local Networks

    AT&T (T) invests in its several wireless and wired networks to enhance coverage, speed, reliability and overall performance for residents and businesses.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Cryptocurrency investor robbed via his cellphone sues AT&T for $224 million over loss

    A U.S. investor filed a $224 million lawsuit against AT&T Wednesday accusing the telecommunications giant of negligence that allegedly caused the California resident to lose roughly $24 million in cryptocurrency.

  • U.S. investor sues AT&T for $224 million over loss of cryptocurrency
    Reuters3 days ago

    U.S. investor sues AT&T for $224 million over loss of cryptocurrency

    U.S. entrepreneur and cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin filed a $224 million lawsuit on Wednesday against telecommunications company AT&T (T.N), accusing it of fraud and gross negligence in connection with the theft of digital currency tokens from his personal account. In a 69-page complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, Terpin alleged that on January 7, 2018, the tokens were stolen from him through what he alleged was a "digital identity theft" of his cellphone account. In the complaint, he said AT&T was his service provider.

  • U.S. investor sues AT&T for $224 million over loss of cryptocurrency
    Reuters3 days ago

    U.S. investor sues AT&T for $224 million over loss of cryptocurrency

    U.S. entrepreneur and cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin filed a $224 million lawsuit on Wednesday against telecommunications company AT&T (T.N), accusing it of fraud and gross negligence in connection with the theft of digital currency tokens from his personal account. In a 69-page complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, Terpin alleged that on January 7, 2018, the tokens were stolen from him through what he alleged was a "digital identity theft" of his cellphone account. In the complaint, he said AT&T was his service provider.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Verizon's new CEO: We don't need to buy a content creator like AT&T did with Time Warner

    Verizon chief Hans Vestberg says the top wireless carrier doesn't need to compete in premium content to succeed.

  • Harvey Levin Is Casting the TMZ Primary
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Harvey Levin Is Casting the TMZ Primary

    Harvey Levin, founder of the celebrity news site TMZ, locked his gaze on a toy monkey. Levin appraised the toy monkey, which is named Annabell and has belonged to reality TV star Kris Jenner since she was 7 years old. Ever since Donald Trump became president, even the affairs of once-peripheral Trump-Kushner characters—say, Don Jr. and his budding romance with former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle—have overshadowed Kardashian-Jenner plotlines.

  • Verizon Is Close to Apple, Google Deals for 5G TV
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Verizon Is Close to Apple, Google Deals for 5G TV

    Verizon Communications Inc. is close to deals making Apple Inc. and Google its first video providers when it launches a superfast 5G wireless service in four cities later this year, according to people familiar with the situation. Under the deals, which could be announced as soon as Tuesday, Verizon will offer 5G customers a free Apple TV box or a free subscription to Google’s YouTube TV app for a live television service, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the agreements haven’t been announced. After shelving its own online TV effort, New York-based Verizon decided to partner with the two technology giants for video content, a first step toward eventually competing nationally against internet and pay TV providers such as AT&T Inc. and Comcast Corp. Using fifth-generation wireless technology, Verizon plans to beam online services to home receivers, delivering speeds that match or exceed landline connections.

  • Verizon Is Close to Apple, Google Deals for 5G TV
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Verizon Is Close to Apple, Google Deals for 5G TV

    Verizon Communications Inc. announced deals making Apple Inc. and Google its first video providers for a superfast 5G wireless service the company plans to launch in four cities later this year. The home broadband service will debut in Los Angeles, Houston and Sacramento, California, as well as the newly announced fourth city of Indianapolis, Verizon said Tuesday in a statement. With the introduction, Verizon will provide 5G customers either a free Apple TV box or free subscription to Google’s YouTube TV app for live television service, according to people familiar with the plan.

  • Barrons.com4 days ago

    Another AT&T Director Snaps Up Shares

    Earlier this month, we reported that a total of eight AT&T (T) directors have bought shares on the open market, including some who haven't bought in years and some who are buying for the first time ever. Now a ninth director has taken the plunge. Samuel A. Di Piazza Jr., the retired global chief executive of PricewaterhouseCoopers International, on Aug. 8 paid $250,000 for 7,690 AT&T shares, or $32.48 each on average. Di Piazza bought 4,615 shares through his personal account and 3,075 shares through his spouse.

  • Barrons.com4 days ago

    AT&T's Gotten Way Too Cheap. Here's Why It Could Be Time to Buy.

    AT&T (T) shares are higher on Monday, helped by a vote of confidence from Morgan Stanley. Where we were: AT&T shares have badly trailed the market this year, amid wider underperformance for telecom in general, and concerns surrounding its takeover of Time Warner. Where we're headed: The telecom sector will soon be replaced by the communications services sector, and AT&T itself could get a boost, given its low valuation and potentially growing investor appetite for defensive stocks.

  • 20 Dividend Stocks to Fund 20 Years of Retirement
    Kiplinger5 days ago

    20 Dividend Stocks to Fund 20 Years of Retirement

    The conventional approach to funding retirement is to withdraw 4% of your savings in the first year, followed by "pay raises" in each subsequent year to adjust for inflation. Over a 30-year retirement, the thinking goes, there is little chance of running out of money if this retirement portfolio is invested in a mix of dividend stocks, a few growth stocks and bonds. Today's world is different. Interest rates and bond yields have never been this low for this long, reducing future expected returns. And Americans are living longer than ever before. Instead of facing the uncomfortable decision of what securities to sell or wondering if you are at risk of outliving your savings, you can lean on the cash from dividend stocks to fund a substantial portion of your retirement. Simply Safe Dividends published an in-depth guide about living on dividends in retirement here. Many companies in the market yield 4% or more. And unlike with the 4% withdrawal rule, if you rely on solid dividend stocks for that 4% annually, you won't have to worry as much about the market's unpredictable fluctuations. Better still, you'll have a chance to leave your heirs with a sizable portfolio when the time comes. Here's a look at 20 quality dividend stocks, yielding roughly 4% or higher, that should fund at least 20 years of retirement, if not more. They have paid uninterrupted dividends for more than 20 consecutive years, appear to have secure payouts and have the potential to collectively grow their dividends to protect investors' purchasing power. SEE ALSO: 39 European Dividend Aristocrats for International Income Growth

  • T vs. QTNA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?
    Zacks5 days ago

    T vs. QTNA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

    T vs. QTNA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

  • Badger Meter Rewards Shareholders With 15% Dividend Hike
    Zacks5 days ago

    Badger Meter Rewards Shareholders With 15% Dividend Hike

    This is the 26th consecutive year of dividend increase for Badger Meter (BMI).

  • AT&T sued over loss of cryptocurrency
    Reuters Videos3 days ago

    AT&T sued over loss of cryptocurrency

    U.S. entrepreneur and cryptocurrency investor filed a $224 million lawsuit against AT&T, accusing it of fraud and gross negligence in connection with the theft of digital currency tokens from his personal account. Roselle Chen reports.