Ericsson continued to struggle in the third quarter ahead of rollouts of 5G networks, but investors see signs of a turnaround.
Verizon continued to build on its recent momentum, but whether its network can continue to be a key differentiator over the next few years is unclear.
Sprint parent SoftBank unveiled a deal to expand into the U.S. tower market in a move that could pay dividends for a potential tie-up with T-Mobile.
T-Mobile will add roughly 3 million postpaid phone users in each of the next two years, according to a new forecast from BTIG.
A calm wireless market likely benefited Verizon during the third quarter, and its focus on telematics and media should shore up the bottom line.
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Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh-hyun will step down even as the company said it will see record third-quarter profits due largely to its chip business.
Carriers' network spending has been stable in recent months, but significant increases may not occur until the second half of next year, Guggenheim warned.
Sprint investors are betting heavily that the carrier will eventually merge with T-Mobile, according to MoffettNathanson.
I’d like to focus on why the merger is a good fit, and what the combined entity should do going forward.