Topic: quarterly earnings
The first-quarter earnings season is now closed, so it's time to see how the nation's top wireless carriers stacked up against each other in terms of key metrics.
After just four months on the job, Michel Combes has been promoted as CEO at Sprint.
T-Mobile’s first-quarter performance largely exceeded analysts’ expectations for the period.
Nokia reported sluggish results in its networks business in its quarter results yesterday.
Qualcomm reported a sharp decline in its quarterly profits, largely due to a reduction in the amount of money it obtains from licensing its patents.
AT&T reported wireless customer numbers that were slightly above some Wall Street expectations.
Verizon's wireless results led some Wall Street analysts to conclude that the carrier is making progress on steadying its position in the industry.
According to Barclays, Verizon’s prospects are looking up, and investors aren’t appreciating the company’s solid footing and growing options.
Ericsson reported first-quarter results that appeared to cheer investors, sending the company’s Swedish shares up after the news.
Crown Castle reported first-quarter earnings largely in line with Wall Street analyst expectations.