Nokia beat analysts' estimates in the fourth quarter and said the global market for telecom gear is finally regaining its footing.

AT&T, Dish Network, Verizon and Google each separately announced today they will be acquiring or deploying spectrum many expect will be key to 5G.

Shares of Sprint jumped 5% after it reported 368,000 postpaid phone net adds, but questions remain about the carrier's financial health.

Deutsche Bank lowered its outlook for AT&T’s earnings per share and the stock’s price target for 2017 and beyond, citing multiple challenges.

Here are the 9 key themes we can draw from all the recent blockbuster news announcements.

The bad news just keeps coming for Ericsson, which today reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $181 million as sales were down 10% for the full year 2016.

Small cells paid big dividends for Crown Castle in the fourth quarter as the tower company largely beat analysts’ expectations.

Qualcomm's top executives spent virtually all of their time during their quarterly call with investors defending Qualcomm’s licensing business.