48.35 +0.04 (0.08%)
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|Day's Range||48.12 - 48.61|
|52 Week Range||42.80 - 54.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.56|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.36 (4.86%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
For 2018 and beyond, Frontier’s (FTR) management expects that there will be advancements in customer and revenue trends as well as continued focus on cost containment and synergy realization. Analysts expect Frontier to post an earnings per share (or EPS) loss of $2.49 in 2018 as compared to an EPS loss of $3.79 in 2017.
The $76 billion Alibaba stake owned by the rump of Yahoo could finally be unwound. Recent corporate tax cuts may end up being the catalyst to close one of the hedge-fund industry’s highest-profile trades....
Telecommunications company Frontier (FTR) is continuously investing in capital expenditures (or capex) to improve its network. In 4Q17, Frontier spent approximately $0.31 billion on capital expenditures, up from $0.30 billion in 4Q16. The telecom company has been spending a great deal to improve its network potential, extend Internet access availability, and make speed upgrades.
Telecommunications company Frontier (FTR) believes that video service will act as a growth driver in the near future and that it is still profitable for the telecom company in the linear bundle. The carrier expects that its procurement of Verizon’s (VZ) California, Texas, and Florida (or CTF) wireline business would improve its video service proposition. Furthermore, the company had acquired AT&T’s (T) Connecticut wireline market in October 2014, thereby adding more video customers.
The London-based activist investor TCI has called on the company containing the legacy assets of Yahoo to wind down and sell off its $76bn holding in China’s Alibaba , effectively bringing down the curtain ...
The London-based activist investor TCI has called on the company containing the legacy assets of Yahoo to wind down and sell off its $76bn holding in China’s Alibaba, effectively bringing down the curtain ...
Intel (INTC) demonstrated its 5G efforts at Mobile World Congress 2018. The company is also trialing VR (virtual reality) and AI (artificial intelligence), and a glimpse of this was visible at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Intel is now preparing for the next Olympics, which are set to take place in Japan (EWJ).