The nation's fastest-growing wireless carrier, T-Mobile, continues to come after rivals AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.
AT&T goes hand-to-hand in its battle with T-Mobile, but there's a strategic rationale for its latest move.
Everyone wants to know what to watch with the world's most exciting company this year. Analysts spill the beans on the 5 things you need to know for 2014. Some of them may surprise you.
Sprint shares nearly doubled in 2013. Here's how the telecom hopes to build on that fantastic year with an even stronger 2014.
Even as the Dow Jones rallied on Friday, telecom stocks AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint were underperforming.
The stock market broke its streak of records, although by just the barest of margins. Several stocks continued their year-end rallies, with Barracuda Networks jumping almost 20%, Molycorp climbing 15%, and Sprint rising 8%. Find out more about what helped these stocks soar.
Is Sprint's jump meaningful or just another movement?
Shares of Sprint, BlackBerry, and Cisco were outperforming on a day where the Dow Jones Industrial Average was roughly flat.
Authorities don't look likely to sanction a Sprint/T-Mobile tie-up.
Are you looking for a cheaper cellphone contract? How about better service? There's a better deal out there for everyone in 2014.