There are few 7% or better yielding stocks, and even fewer that have a yield that should be sustainable. CenturyLink is a rare breed that pays a high yield and the dividend may grow yet again.
Compared to previous iPhone launches on new networks, Apple's devices are doing quite well on China Mobile.
Windstream's current dividend is sustainable for the near foreseeable future, which makes the company an attractive stock.
The stock jumped more than 10% for what exactly?
Will cost-cutting measures prove enough to help the rural telecom sustain its dividend?
Investors are being offered a 7% yield from a company that may return to real revenue growth within the year, am I missing something?
Just because it's not a problem right now doesn't mean it's not a problem at all. Investors in Frontier should avoid getting too comfortable.
The rural telecom company has made another big acquisition, but will it get Frontier back on the path to growth?
Apple is gaining market share in China, and things can get even better in 2014.
When you can sum up a company's fortunes with the word "declining" that's not normally a good sign.