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The world’s largest wireless carrier faces near-term headwinds, but its long-term outlook remains bright.
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But its long-term prospects should improve as its investments bear fruit.
The cannabis producer lost a staggering amount of money in 2018, and investors are starting to worry about further losses ahead.