NEW YORK— Verizon, the once-unstoppable cellphone leader in the U.S., lost key wireless customers for the first time, even as it brought back unlimited data plans to counter smaller rivals. In the first three months of the year, Verizon lost 307,000 wireless subscribers who are billed each month, the more lucrative kind of wireless customer. For cellphones alone,...
The CEO of Verizon, Lowell McAdam, is open to discussing the possibility of merging according to a report from Bloomberg.
Credit Suisse estimates Apple's services business will grow to $52 billion in sales by 2020 from $26 billion this year.
Mike Judge and Alec Berg of HBO's "Silicon Valley" preview the upcoming season.
The partnership with mobile ad company Kargo aims to provide one-stop shopping on 300 premium properties.
Jim Cramer finds that the new "Trump trade" is actually wrought with the potential for downside.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that AT&T will be offering HBO to some unlimited mobile customers.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day including JPMorgan, Time Warner and more.
When Verizon finishes its acquisition of Yahoo and merges it with AOL, it'll call the combined companies "Oath."
Apple wants to sell consumers a premium TV bundle. Recode reports.
Verizon is planning to launch a streaming service. Behind the skinny bundle surge, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders.
Jim Cramer tracked trouble in retail and interest rate hikes to their potential impact on REITs.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this stalling cable stock.
Telcos will be looking for media companies to help differentiate themselves, as Trump's FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has signaled a hands-off stance.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss which stocks to trade as the stock market closes higher on Wednesday.
Warner Bros. is in the early stages of developing a rebooted version of the 1999 cyberpunk classic.
CNBC's Eric Chemi sat down with experts from CBS and Turner to get their picks for March Madness.
CNBC's Eric Chemi spoke with several March Madness announcers and CBS and Turner executives, who each describe how great traditional TV is.
Thanks to technology, college basketball fans will now have more ways than ever to catch all the March Madness action this year.
CNBC sat down with Charles Barkley to get his thoughts on the election and modern politics. True to form, he didn't mince words.