Time Warner Cable posted third-quarter profits that were better than analysts expected.
This is despite a slight decrease in total subscribers.
Subscriber numbers in Latin America are up.
A 30-day delay on content availability is suggested.
The Q3 results show them successfully navigating the decline of their local phone businesses.
MetroPCS built on its LTE launches with two new markets.
It's unusual for a telco to set up a larger health care group that integrates several product categories.
The vendor helped by recovering demand for wireless and growth in Asia and Eastern Europe.
Q3's loss is larger than Q2's.
All on the eve of tomorrow's third-quarter earnings report.
The operator was aided by its recent acquisition of Sunflower Broadband.
Scott Miller is vice president of operations for its Kansas City/Nebraska system.
T-Mobile USA dropped all pretenses as it turned on the service in six new markets.
Amino Communications and Minerva Networks are working on a fiber-to-the-home deployment.