From Contrarian Outlook: Here’s a harsh dose of reality: If you ignore dividend growth when you select your income investments, you are actively reducing the quality of your own retirement.
From StockNews.com: AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) late Wednesday posted mixed fourth quarter earnings results and provided an in-line outlook for 2017.
One of my favorite political philosophers was a Frenchman who had a long career as an artist, filmmaker and political activist. He was an odd fellow and hung around with a bunch of other odd thinkers, all of whom were involved in both art and politics.
Regulators are currently examining the proposed mega merger between AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Time Warner, but the incoming president could pose the biggest threat to the deal’s viability.
Telecom and media giant AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is already in hot water with regulators regarding a potential anti-competitive practice tied to its wireless business and new DirecTV now streaming television service.
In the wake of its blockbuster proposed acquisition of media giant Time Warner (NYSE:TWX), telecom provider AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) plans to offer an online-only streaming version of its DirecTV service.
From Tyler Durden: As had been leaked over the past two days, yesterday the WSJ confirmed that AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has agreed to buy Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) in a deal worth more than $85 billion, or $107.50 per share.
According to a Bloomberg report, AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) executives recently met to discuss a potential mega merger.
From Zacks: Leading U.S. telecom operator AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and chipset manufacturer Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) announced its collaboration to develop new software-centric network technologies. This will aid AT&T in optimizing its Network for Functions Virtualization (NFV) capabilities for its AT&T Integrated Cloud (AIC) service.
We’ve been writing about it for a while, but despite the concerns of how much investors seem to be overly chasing income in the form of high yield ETFs, there is no denying investors have been right to keep pouring money in them — for now.