The Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Knutson on Sprint ’s new data plan prices.
Wall Street Journal tech reporter Doug MacMillan on Amazon’s new smartphone and the latest on Alibaba’s IPO.
Digicel Group chairman Denis O’Brien on the landscape of the telecom business.
Lerer Ventures managing director Eric Hippeau on the latest on Alibaba ahead of the IPO.
Former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell on deals in the media sector and their impact on the consumer and industry.
Former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell says Sprint and T-Mobile will need a novel idea to make the $32B merger happen.
Heritage Capital president Paul Schatz and S&P Capital IQ analyst Tuna Amobi give insight into the AT&T and DirecTV deal.
MoffetNathanson senior research analyst Craig Moffett on the potential AT&T , DirecTV deal.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere weighs in on the state of business.
About 3.1 million American consumers were victims of smart phone theft in 2013, Consumer Reports projects, based on our latest nationally representative survey of ad...
DynaLink Telecommunications CEO Larry Fishelson on the data overage fees charged by cell phone carriers.
T-Mobile (NYSE:TMUS) is trying to shake-up the wireless market once again – and this time it is calling on its rivals to follow suit.The carrier on Monday said it wa...
S&P Capital IQ director Christine Short weighs in on the market demand for IPOs.
A review of the week’s top headlines in the tech space: Major merger talks break down, and an announcement of what could be the biggest hack of all time.
Former Sprint CEO Bill Esrey says in the long-term, a Sprint , T-Mobile deal would be good.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Sprint ’s termination of its T-Mobile takeover bid.
Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management and Amol Sharma of The Wall Street Journal on 21st Century Fox’s, parent company of FBN, possible Time Warner deal.
Leo Hindery of Intermedia Partners on what FOX Business parent 21st Century Fox’s bid for Time Warner means for the cable industry.
FBN’s Charles Payne with the latest business headlines.
T-Mobile U.S. CEO John Legere sounds off on the Sprint merger and new ‘uncarrier’ plan.