When it comes to investing in U.S. wireless companies, AT&T and Verizon still stand head-and-shoulders above T-Mobile and Sprint.
If the Federal Trade Commission loses its appeal, then wireless companies may be able to play fast and loose with their claims.
One company forced big changes in the entire industry and consumers -- at least vigilant ones -- should benefit.
It pays to dig a little bit deeper into the numbers.
Though the tech sector isn’t traditionally the bastion of dividend stocks, AT&T and ADP both stand out as tech stocks with unusual commitments to dividend growth.
Some Un-Carrier pomotions are so good the competition just copies them.
T-Mobile and Sprint recently introduced new unlimited data plans to take on the big carriers.
Despite competitors ending similar promotions, Sprint's could continue for awhile.
Rampant iPhone 7 discounting at wireless carriers across the U.S. -- and other parts of the world -- will provide a big sales lift for Apple.
A recent PwC report identified a $6.3 billion opportunity in drones. That figure could be conservative.