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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Lacklustre Dulwich Hamlet scrape a 1-1 draw against the evil …

It was a disappointing night at Champion Hill as an underwhelming Dulwich Hamlet failed to bag all three play-off-boosting points against relegation-threatened arch-rivals Leatherhead. Geographically-speaking, Leatherhead aren’t obvious candidates to become rivals of Dulwich, but many fans will never forget or forgive the Surrey club’s supremely dodgy antics over WallGate. The rotters. The ground was […]

FCC Approves Time Warner’s WPCH Sale to Meredith

Apr 18, 2017 10:07 AM ET Transaction part of plan to avoid FCC review of ATT-Time Warner merger … read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/fcc-approves-time-warners-wpch-sale-meredith/164982

Why Google Is the New Evil Empire

“We don’t need you to type at all because we know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less guess what you’re thinking about … Is that over the line?” – Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Continue Reading Below   A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away there […]

Ryssligt mode

Kristofer Andersson om symboler som får ajabaja-vännerna att se rött I vintras, på en välgörenhetsauktion på välbeställda Bukowskis i Stockholm, bar jag en jacka med hammaren och skäran. Varför då? funderar vän av ajabaja. Delvis för att jävlas med gästlistan, men mest för att jag tycker om den ryske – och sedan några år mycket […]

Hey T-Mobile, this sure looks like a ‘ridiculous’ fee increase

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has literally made his career by calling out other companies on their bullshit. The magenta-colored Twitterphile delights in video rants slamming ATT and Verizon for deceptive billing practices, “line access fees,” and “activation fees” that do nothing but pad the bottom line. Legere has a great point: badly-named fees are anti-consumer, […]

Will DirecTV, Bundling Strategy Come To AT&T’s Rescue?

ATT (T) is expected to ramp up consumer advertising for bundled wireless and pay-TV offers in the wake of disappointing first-quarter results at satellite broadcaster DirecTV. ATT on Tuesday did not disclose March-quarter subscriber additions for the new DirecTV Now video streaming service, launched in November. Subscriber growth at DirecTV Now’s streaming service, however, helped […]

AT&T’s Quarterly Report Has Some Bad News for Apple and Samsung

ATT had a tough first quarter in its wireless business, with fierce competition cutting into its subscriber base and revenue down 4.4%. But the big carrier also had some bad news for phone manufacturers like Apple and Samsung buried in its results. The era of subsidized phones is long gone and consumers who want to […]

T-Mobile offers to pay for Verizon switchers’ phones, two-lines-for-one deal also coming

<!– PhoneDog Media ExclusiveDownload iM5, now available in the App Store and Google Play. iM5 is a PhoneDog Media backed Social Platform to inspire real-life action through the crowdsourcing of ideas. See the video –> Yesterday T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased that T-Mo had multiple announcements coming up, and today a couple of them have […]

Why AT&T Could Offer Retirees Sustainable Income

Though there are other contenders for the title, ATT (NYSE:T) may be the best dividend stock on the market today. The telecom giant offers a rare and powerful mix of current yield, long-term dividend growth, and an increasingly strong competitive position within its core markets. Let’s explore what makes ATT a great pick for retirees […]

Time Warner Earnings Beat Projections Thanks to ‘Lego Batman Movie,’ ‘Big Little Lies’

UPDATED: Time Warner’s quarterly earnings beat Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, propelled by film hits, a water-cooler winner in the HBO drama “Big Little Lies,” and stronger interest in the NCAA Basketball games it aired. Revenues climbed 6% to $7.74 billion, while adjusted earnings per share topped out at $1.66, up from $1.49 in the […]