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Six long-term investing specialists from the Motley Fool would hold these 6 stocks for the next decade without breaking a sweat. You might want to follow suit.
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No stranger to turbulent skies, Comcast just fumbled another public relations situation. Could this be the final straw that breaks the Time Warner Cable merger's back?
- 5 Things QUALCOMM Inc.'s Management Wants You to Know
Investors tuned in to Qualcomm's first-quarter earnings call, but didn't seem to hear everything that was being said. Here's a quick recap of five important points.
- Frontier Communications Corporation Earnings: Growth, Bought by the Truckload
Fresh off a big market buyout from AT&T, Frontier Communications is looking forward to another huge deal with Verizon. It's all about growth by acquisition.
- T-Mobile US Inc Shares Rise on Big Earnings
T-Mobile already reported its subscriber figures, but it still had plenty of room to shock analysts and investors with strong sales and earnings.
- Texas Instruments Incorporated: 5 Things Management Wants You to Know
Two Texas Instruments executives are helping investors better understand the company. All you have to do is listen, or check out this summary of five key points.
- 5 Things Walt Disney Co's Management Wants You to Know
Walt Disney just reported a stellar first quarter. But the numbers rarely tell the whole story, and Disney's management had much more to say. Here are five big takeaways.
- You'll Never Guess Who is Buying Up Verizon Communications Inc's Scraps
Verizon is unloading some $15 billion of its wired and wireless assets. Spectrum licenses are expensive, and Big Red just can't afford to take on any more debt.
- Stalking Police With Waze? Here Is Why Google Inc. Should Shut It Down
This $1 billion acquisition is in trouble with the law enforcement community. But according to experts, that is not why Google needs to shutter the service.