U.S. stocks stepped higher on Friday, rebounding after a three-session decline.» Read More
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Shares of Yahoo tumbled Friday amid reports that the Web portal's deal with AT&T to sell high-speed Internet access may be on shaky ground.
Stocks are hesitant ahead of the jobs data, which will be a key driver of direction today. Asian markets were mostly higher while European markets are lower this morning.
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Alltel has stepped up efforts to sell itself to carriers such as AT&T, Verizon Communications and Sprint Nextel, said people familiar with the matter, as the Little Rock, Ark.-based wireless company tries to chart a new future, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Now that you know how (and why) to keep steady in a panicked market, it’s time to focus on how to play the volatility. Cramer is expecting more days like today in the near future, so you’ll want to be ready so you can make some mad money.
AT&T's push into cable TV is ramping back up after a pause prompted by glitches that the company says have been resolved with key network software upgrades.
The battle between software giants Microsoft and AT&T rumbles on, as Microsoft prepares to defend itself in front of the U.S. Supreme Court against AT&T’s claim that its patent has been infringed. The outcome of this latest step, which rests on a technicality involving outsourcing, will be hugely significant in the case that will make the difference of billions of dollars to the software industry.
The Supreme Court is ready to hear from lawyers from Microsoft and AT&T as it considers a long-running patent dispute between the industry giants.
The sale to Clearwire, which is soon to take itself public, includes Broadband Radio Service spectrum, which is used for commercial delivery of high-speed wireless broadband services.
Microsoft is busy pushing its entertainment offerings. The tech company's new secret weapon in selling digital downloads to play on a cell phone or other devices is a new digital rights management technology called PlayReady. The upside for consumers: content purchased for one mobile device isn't limited to just that gadget. Users can register several devices to share content. This is a rather controversial approach, but could really catch on eventually.
Speaking at a media and technology conference in New York, Murdoch said there would be more details on the long-awaited channel announced soon.
Stocks suffered their biggest pullback in two months as a disappointing bond auction and a lackluster report on sales of existing homes halted the market's two-day rally.
AT&T , now the nation's largest telecom company after closing its purchase of BellSouth, posted fourth-quarter earnings of 61 cents a share, two cents above consensus estimate compiled by Thomson Financial.
It was a record day for stocks as every sector finished the day in positive territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at an all -time high while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 were boosted by strength in tech shares. The S&P 500 finshed the day at a new six-year high.
Cingular Wireless, the nation's largest cell phone provider and now fully-owned by AT&T, said fourth-quarter profit nearly quadrupled, boosted by customer growth during the winter holiday quarter.
AT&T customers who subscribe to both its Cingular Wireless and traditional phone services can now make and receive unlimited free calls to and from any other AT&T or Cingular customer.
Three years after AT&T Wireless subscribers found their cell-phone carrier was now Cingular Wireless, Cingular Wireless subscribers will soon be learning to call their carrier AT&T.