Vodafone is a dark horse that could realistically make a run to acquire T-Mobile, and if so, we're talking about major implications for Sprint, AT&T, and the telecom industry.
A second company has offered to buy the surging wireless carrier.
T-Mobile investors had a lot of good news this week. The Un-carrier reported strong earnings while getting an unsolicited offer from France's Iliad.
The outspoken mobile phone boss is touting lower prices while laughing at his rivals.
The Mexican billionaire may be interested in making a play for the rising mobile phone carrier.
After large gains over the last couple of years, and questions surrounding profit margins and an offer from Sprint, T-Mobile appears a risky investment at these levels.
The phone giants -- with an assist from the FCC -- have charged for roaming in a way that makes it hard for other companies to lower prices.
Apple put up a major iPhone blowout last quarter. The Mac maker can potentially do it again. Here's how.
Increased usage of mobile data and applications is leading carriers to invest in their networks, driving demand for tower space.
FOMC meeting minutes send the S&P 500 higher as AeroVironment, America Movil, and Arrowhead Research all soar.