The merger, which will make Dallas-based AT&T a stronger competitor in the TV market, is still subject to antitrust and public interest reviews by the U.S. Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission. ...More
Over the summer, Bellevue, Washington-based T-Mobile and its majority owner Deutsche Telekom balked at an offer from Iliad that would have given it a 56.6 percent stake in T-Mobile in exchange for $15 billion in cash. ...More
In reliance on an index used by the U.S. Justice Department, the national organization Free Press argued the merger would decrease competition and result in a number of highly concentrated markets. ...More
Businesses with between one and 10 employees are seeing positive signs as the third quarter of 2014 ends, while 81 percent expect to have a profitable second half and 73 percent are optimistic about the economy, according to a new report. ...More
September 22, 2014 By Claire ClevelandPosted in News
AT&T CSO John Stankey said he anticipates that churn numbers will be low despite the increasing competition for customers among the big four wireless carriers. He also predicted a big finish to the quarter as Apple's new iPhones go on sale on Friday. ...More
September 17, 2014 By Claire ClevelandPosted in News
In this edition of the Partner Marketing Toolbox News Desk, more evidence that businesses are getting confident about their prospects; plus, another staggering forecast for the public cloud. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith explains.