Sprint received the highest score for network speed in 1H15 among the four national carriers in the Denver market. This is a significant achievement for Sprint.
Sprint (S) finally boosted its distribution network. It will start operations in 1,435 Sprint-RadioShack stores on April 10, 2015. This will improve its accessibility.
On Wednesday, Facebook (FB) launched the web version of its Messenger mobile app. Messenger has more than 500 million monthly active users.
Last month, Apple (AAPL) announced that the HBO Now streaming service will be available on Apple’s devices—Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad.
By expanding the reach of Apple Pay, Apple is looking to leverage the mobile payments market’s fast growth potential.
Apple (AAPL) is all set to release its Watch on April 24. The product will launch in nine countries, which include the United States and the United Kingdom.
Google continues to make changes to its strategy in order to maintain its share of the online ad market. It made some enhancements to its ad measurement tools.
Google will earn revenues from each of the sponsored search ads that developers use to showcase their apps to users.
Marathon Petroleum (MPC) accounts for 85% of the volumes shipped on MPLX’s (MPLX) pipelines. This gives MPLX stable and predictable cash flows.
Amazon now plans to enter the crowded business email market with a new email service, WorkMail.
According to a report from Semico Research, Internet of Things-connected devices are expected to increase from 13 billion in 2014 to 35 billion in 2020.
The most attractive feature of Linux OS is its open-source nature, which means that automakers can customize features according to their needs.
QNX is an infotainment and telematics platform from BlackBerry that controls the communication and entertainment systems in a vehicle.
On Monday, Verizon warned that its profits will come under pressure in the fourth quarter. It started to offer discounts in order to gain subscribers.
Walter Energy’s stock dropped 31.4%, to $1.90, on December 2, 2014, after the release of the BB&T research note, more than offsetting the gains it saw in November. Walter Energy is the weakest name in coal stocks under our coverage.
In this year’s midterms, Republicans took control of Congress. Republicans oppose the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (or EPA) new regulations requiring coal-fired power plants to reduce carbon emissions.
Walter Energy (WLT) has been the worst performing stock of 2014. The company lost a whopping 89% since the beginning of 2014 and closed at $1.78 on December 4, down from $16.63 at the start of the year.
Unlike its peers, Walter Energy (WLT) lacks diversity in product portfolio. Thus, the company has been hit the hardest by the current slump in met coal prices.
Of the 2.9 million tons of coal the company sold in 2Q14, 2.7 million tons, or 92%, was metallurgical coal.