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Apr.23 -- Newell Brands said it reached a settlement with activist investor Starboard Value to end their proxy fight and bring three new directors to the board. Bloomberg's Ed Hammond has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
Stock futures advanced ahead of Thursday's open as Facebook, Visa, EBay and O'Reilly Auto drove a volatile after hours session.
The company has been relying on promotions and discounts to stabilise its wireless and pay-TV subscriber numbers, which have taken a toll on its margins, New Street Research analyst Jonathan Chaplin said in an interview. AT&T is fighting the U.S Department of Justice in court to complete its $85.4 billion (£61.27 billion) takeover of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N), which it has called necessary for it to compete for advertising dollars and in an industry increasingly dependent on content. Chaplin said AT&T's entertainment business performed worse than he expected in the quarter, coming in 4.5 percent lower than his forecast.
The company has been relying on promotions and discounts to stabilize its wireless and pay-TV subscriber numbers, which have taken a toll on its margins, New Street Research analyst Jonathan Chaplin said in an interview. AT&T is fighting the U.S Department of Justice in court to complete its $85.4 billion takeover of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N), which it has called necessary for it to compete for advertising dollars and in an industry increasingly dependent on content. Chaplin said AT&T's entertainment business performed worse than he expected in the quarter, coming in 4.5 percent lower than his forecast.
AT&T Inc.’s quarterly revenue declined as growth in the company’s streaming video service wasn’t enough to offset losses of more profitable wireless and satellite accounts.
AT&T reported first quarter profit and revenue that missed expectations as satellite-TV subscriber losses continued, sending shares in the telecom conglomerate down in late trading.
Earnings season is in full force, and numerous companies reported after the market closed today. Here are four earnings movers we have our eyes on:
AT&T Inc. shares fell 2.9% in Wednesday after-hours trading after the mobile and entertainment company reported first-quarter earnings and sales that missed expectations. Net income for the quarter was $3.7 billion, or 75 cents per share, up from $3.5 billion, or 56 cents per share, for the same period last year. AT&T maintains its full-year expectations for 3.2 million total wireless customers, including 2.6 million in the U.S., driven by connected devices and prepaid customers, and 312,000 DirectNow TV additions to reach nearly 1.5 million subscribers.
AT&T Inc. sales and earnings missed analysts’ estimates last quarter, putting additional pressure on the company to complete its Time Warner Inc. takeover and transition into a more diversified media giant....
AT&T Inc.* reported solid wireless and international results in the first quarter. Highlights include solid prepaid phone gains, record-low first-quarter postpaid phone churn and continued DIRECTV NOW subscriber growth.
Stocks opened slightly lower on Wednesday even as big-name companies continue to perform well during quarterly earnings season. This means that investors need to be even more selective and only consider buying stocks that are expected to outperform expectations.
The U.S. government’s star witness in the trial over AT&T Inc.’s planned takeover of Time Warner Inc. admitted he erred in earlier testimony about data used to predict that the merger will raise pay-TV ...
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) kicks off reporting season for the sector with its Tuesday morning release, but investors may be more preoccupied with events that won’t show up in the company’s results. Verizon and AT&T Inc. (XNYS:T) are reportedly the subject of a Justice Department inquiry that’s examining whether the two companies colluded with a wireless-standards organization to make it harder for people to switch to new phone carriers, according to Friday news reports. The New York Times report, which cites multiple people familiar with the inquiry, said that Verizon and AT&T wanted to be able to lock phones even if they contained an eSIM card.
AT&T Inc. (T) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
In the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T with Time Warner, the two companies say the deal needs to be approved for them to survive an onslaught from big tech. Yet, the imminent doom ...
The telecom sector had a challenging 2017 and ended up being the worst performer for the year out of the S&P 500 sectors. In recent news, several media outlets have reported that the U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Verizon, AT&T, as well as other major wireless carriers in the U.S. and mobile industry group GSM Association regarding the development of mobile standards over e-SIM, which allows customers to switch carriers without requiring physical SIM cards. The stocks barely budged when that news came out. Verizon and AT&T 2018 Stock Chart.
AT&T Inc. attacked the U.S. government expert who disputes the company’s claim that its takeover of Time Warner Inc. would lead to $2.5 billion in cost savings.