AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson is turning his attention to building a bigger U.S. video business, setting aside a long-held ambition of doing a blockbuster deal in Europe.
Billionaire Charlie Ergen, who scrapped plans 11 years ago to merge his Dish satellite business with DirecTV because of regulatory concerns, is at it again.
Facebook Inc.’s $19 billion purchase of WhatsApp Inc. is valuing the text-messaging service at a multiple investors currently only bestow on companies developing life-saving drugs.
Google Inc. ’s Android software outsold Apple Inc.’s mobile operating system for the first time last quarter among new U.S. smartphone users, according to Nielsen Co.
AT&T Inc. is banking $4.85 billion from yesterday’s cell-tower deal with Crown Castle International Corp., giving it extra cash for network upgrades, new spectrum and a possible European expansion.
"That's a lot of money for a company with about 1 percent market share in the U.S.."
- Roger Entner on Jan 14, 2015