Actually, make that two somethings: competitive pressure and how management deals with it.
The two wireless giants go head-to-head.
The wireless carrier's CFO indicated that merging with a cable provider would be preferable to consolidating with a wireless competitor.
Consumers can be fickle, and that's especially challenging in the wireless market, where keeping customers is cheap but acquiring them can be very expensive.
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Both companies face significant challenges, but one looks to have a better chance for long-term success.
Verizon's new data plan could cost a lot, but it's better than the alternative.
The No. 4 wireless carrier appears to realize it needs to be part of something bigger to succeed.
The telecom tower REIT sees another year of double-digit growth in 2017.
Is SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son really ready to give up control of his most prized American asset -- or will T-Mobile come up with some way of compensating him for that sacrifice?