The results of the FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) $19.8 billion spectrum auction offer a glimpse of how future telecommunications deals could look.
In an announcement designed to coincide with the celebration of Earth Day 2017, T-Mobile (TMUS) said it had agreed to buy 160 MW (megawatts) of renewable energy.
T-Mobile (TMUS) ran away with the largest chunk of the low-band 600 MHz spectrum that the US (SPY) FCC (Federal Communications Commission) put up for auction.
The report that AT&T (T) lost 191,000 postpaid subscribers in 1Q17 wasn’t surprising.
About 17,000 employees in AT&T’s landline division in California and Nevada are pressing for higher wages, improved healthcare benefits, and more job security.
Agilent Technologies (A) rose on Tuesday. The rally in Agilent Technologies was triggered by the announcement of stronger-than-expected 2Q17 results.
Deere’s Construction and Forestry segment reported revenue of $1.46 billion in fiscal 2Q17—an increase of 7.4% compared to $1.36 billion in fiscal 2Q16.
Deere’s (DE) Agriculture and Turf segment reported revenue of $5.79 billion in fiscal 2Q17—an increase of 0.9% compared to $5.74 billion in fiscal 2Q16.
As of April 13, 2017, Southwestern Energy’s (SWN) total shares shorted (or short interest) stood at ~54.5 million.
About 33.0% of analysts covering Ford Motor (F) have given the stock a “buy” recommendation, and about 59.0% have recommended a “hold.”
Ford Motor’s (F) new CEO Jim Hackett is joining the company at a time when US auto sales have been declining for several months.
Unlike GM’s move to cut fleet sales, Ford’s management seemingly continued to give equal importance to its retail and fleet sales.
In May 2017, of the 12 analysts covering CG stock, four analysts have given the stock a “strong buy” rating, while three analysts have given a “buy.”
Carlyle’s board of directors has announced a 1Q17 distribution of $0.10 per common unit, payable on May 22—lower than its $0.16 per common unit in 4Q16.
Carlyle Group’s (CG) one-year forward PE (price-to-earnings) ratio stands at 7.58x, as compared to the peer average of 9.74x.
Real estate experts have an optimistic view of the industry, backed by a rising number of allocations in core and opportunistic funds by investors.
Carlyle Group (CG) raised new capital of $3 billion in 1Q17, which included $1.4 billion from its Investment Solutions segment and $1 billion from Real Assets.
Carlyle Group has a number of credit strategies in place, and for its LPs (limited partnerships), the company is planning to invest in new credit strategies.
For 1Q17, Carlyle Group reported higher economic net income in its Corporate Private Equity segment, from $32 million in 1Q16 to $313 million in 1Q17.
After a subdued performance in 4Q16 and heavy losses in its Global Market Strategies segment, Carlyle Group (CG) reported improved numbers in 1Q17.