Keyword: Crown Castle International
Shares of tower companies jumped Monday after Sprint and T-Mobile said negotiations to merge had collapsed.
U.S. mobile network operators are upping their capex investments after several quarters of belt-tightening, and tower companies stand to benefit.
Crown Castle's shares rose after it posted third-quarter earnings, but analysts said its fourth-quarter guidance did little to illuminate the market.
A potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile combined with a slower-than-expected rollout of FirstNet could provide opportunities for tower investors.
How does Jay Brown, as a chief executive, evaluate his buying options? How does he decide what to purchase and what to pass on?
FierceWireless sat down with Crown Castle's Jay Brown to discuss his outlook on the wireless market.
Crown Castle’s Jay Brown said he doesn’t expect small cell deployments to speed up anytime soon.
Fiber has become a "tower on its side" for wireless carriers as the industry begins to transition to 5G, according to Wells Fargo Securities.
The tower segment is regaining its footing, according to multiple analysts, and the near term looks bright thanks largely to the FirstNet buildout.
Crown Castle is betting heavily on small cells and fiber, and colocation will be the key to unlocking big profits, Guggenheim said.