It's spinning off its pay-TV business, but keeping 70%.
News & Analysis: AT&T
Income-seeking investors still have several high-yielding names to put on their radar, even if average yields are tepid.
Some yield signs can't be trusted. The payouts may be too good to be true for the these household names.
Anyone hoping cable television's slow implosion was near an end has to be disappointed here.
Your Social Security check isn't going to be enough. Let's look at stocks with growing yields and in some cases monthly distributions.
There's no hiding that high-yield stocks can also bring high risk. These three stocks, however, offer high yields at a discount with relatively low risk.
The deal could be worth around $15 billion.
With yields ranging from 6.6% to 8.6%, income investors can get rich from these payouts.
The streaming service is off to a good start, just not as good as AT&T wants you to think.
Move over, roses. These stock prices will give you another reason to fall in love.