Share buybacks can be a great tool to generate shareholder value. Is a $2.5 billion buyback the best idea for Comcast?
Municipal broadband could be mean lower internet bills eventually. But will Comcast and AT&T play along?
Find out how a piracy application could wreak havoc on the profitability of Netflix's international segment.
There are two factors that have the potential to bring down cable TV as we know it. Will big television businesses survive if TV viewership goes down the tube?
Google Fiber, while groundbreaking and high-performing, is by no means the only fiber optic internet service available. However, there's reason to believe Google Fiber will dominate the fiber industry in the future.
Do you know how DirecTV will perform if its merger with AT&T is rejected?
Recently, The CEO's of AT&T and DirecTV claimed that the only way they can remain competitive in the telecom industry is if their merger plans are approved. Is there truth to their claims, or are the execs just doing whatever they can to get their merger approved by the FCC?
Historically, many businesses have prospered by ignoring customer satisfaction and focusing only on yearly profits.Comcast is one of these businesses. But the monopoly-like grip on the telecom market Comcast has enjoyed over the last ten years is about to fade away along with its robust profits.
While other telecom companies are scrambling to consolidate, Verizon is focused on improving its own business. This factor will give Verizon the competitive edge needed to create shareholder value in the long-run.
Cliffs Natural Resources is extremely reliant on the price of iron ore. With the recent collapse of iron ore prices, should investors actually be worried about Cliffs going bust?
Here's how a recent push for transparency by Google and Netflix could lead to weakened margins for internet service providers.
There are reasons to believe that Redbox has a lot of life left. And Outerwall, its parent company, has a nice set of growth opportunities that should help boost its bottom line well into the future.
The battle for board seats between Casablanca Capital and Cliffs Natural Resources has gotten mighty ugly.
The proposed merger of the two biggest players in the telecom industry has been hailed and hated by consumers, publications, and shareholders. Here are some facts to help develop your own opinion on whether or not the deal should be approved.
Netflix announced its European expansion plan on Wednesday. Although the stock is relatively "expensive", the future is looking bright for shareholders.
The internet service providing industry has been dominated by a few huge players. But, Google's new product, Fiber, may signal the end of internet service as we know it.
On April 10, 2014 announced it will start to carry Wild Oats organic foods items. The products will be priced 25% cheaper than comparable organic products. Should Whole Foods investors run for the hills?
Recently, internet service providers interconnection fees have wreaked havoc on Netflix's stock price. But, a recent announcement by the European Union changes the outlook for Netflix and a few other companies.
Until recently, Netflix was free to grow as fast as it wanted without having to worry about the capacity of the internet service providers that stream its content for consumers. Recently, certain internet service providers have reached a point where they cannot continue to flawlessly stream Netflix' content without expanding their capacity. This will cost money--money the ISP's want Netflix to fork over. These new fees could spell serious trouble for Netflix investors.
iPhone sales growth in China, a successful new product launch, and a new group of investors coming to the market could send Apple much higher in 2014.