Regulators approve Verizon's $3.9B bid to buy cable spectrum

Regulators approve Verizon's $3.9B bid to buy cable spectrum

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New The Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday the approval of the deal between Verizon and a consortium of cable companies. But there are conditions. [Read more]...
Regulators approve Verizon's $3.9B bid to buy cable spectrum
               

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Verizon and cable make concessions to close $3.9B deal

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The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon Wireless and the Spectrum Co. cable companies have agreed to scale back their joint marketing arrangement to win approval from the Department of Justice and Federal Communications Commission. Approval for the deal to be announced within weeks. [Read more]...
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Competition Weighs On T-Mobile USA: Q2 Sales Down To $4.9B, Customer Figures 'Continue To Present Challenge'

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With parent company Deutsche Telekom posting its quarterly earnings today, T-Mobile USA has reported its Q2 operating results. Despite moves it is making to ramp up its network and handset lineup to compete with the bigger boys, T-Mobile — the only big U.S. carrier yet to offer the iPhone —...
Competition Weighs On T-Mobile USA: Q2 Sales Down To $4.9B, Customer Figures 'Continue To Present Challenge'

News Corp. Q4 Sales Of $8.4B Miss Estimates, Takes $2.9B Charge On Publishing Business

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News Corporation has just reported its quarterly earnings. For Q4 it had revenues of $8.4 billion with earnings per share of $0.32, down compared to the year before (Q4 2011 the company reported revenues of $9 billion). The earnings per share met analysts expectations, but revenues fell short, with analysts expecting...
News Corp. Q4 Sales Of $8.4B Miss Estimates, Takes $2.9B Charge On Publishing Business
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Apple "beat Samsung to the punch" on AuthenTec purchase

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Earlier today news broke that Apple is buying mobile security company AuthenTec for $365 million, which makes the majority of its money from fingerprint sensors and various security tools. Just last week AuthenTec made a deal with Samsung to implement its VPN technology in some of its Android devices. Many have...
Apple "beat Samsung to the punch" on AuthenTec purchase
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Samsung's Q2 2012 Earnings: Smartphone Business Propels $41.5B In Revenues, $5.9B In Profits

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Samsung has just reported its Q2 2012 earnings, and it would seem that the Korean electronics giant is still the king of mobile, with an operating profit of $5.9 billion for the period, up 79 percent year over year. Of course, the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note have...
Samsung's Q2 2012 Earnings: Smartphone Business Propels $41.5B In Revenues, $5.9B In Profits
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