AT&T Inc. has settled a lawsuit with its largest union that protects at least 29,000 landline technician jobs until the end of 2023, according to Bloomberg.
Despite efforts to stay ahead of cyberattacks, CEO Mike Sievert admitted that the company failed to “live up to the expectations we have for ourselves to protect our customers."
Reese Witherspoon’s media business, Hello Sunshine, is selling itself to a firm backed by private-equity giant Blackstone Group Inc.
U.S. cellphone carriers are offering their most generous discounts in years, handing some customers brand-new devices for no money down or small monthly payments stretched over many months.
While one source close to the situation cautioned that it’s too early to speculate and no decisions have been made, another noted that Mayer is friendly with a number of Discovery and WarnerMedia insiders, including Discovery Chief Executive David Zaslav.
The annual Pebble Beach golf tournament had an unwitting part in the year's biggest media merger
In what could easily be the year’s biggest media deal, AT&T announced it will spin off its WarnerMedia assets and combine them with Discovery in a blockbuster $43 billion tie-up that’s shaking up the entertainment industry and already there are winners and losers
AT&T reported a first-quarter profit of about $7.5 billion, up from $4.6 billion a year earlier, showing a focus on growth as the economy starts to bounce back from the effects of the pandemic.
During Fred Salerno's 40-year career, he has shunned the limelight, given few interviews, but completed more deals than even the most successful banker on Wall Street.
Murphy emphasized that, in addition to offering tax credits of up to to 30% of eligible production costs, New Jersey also offers a subsidy of up to 40% for brick and mortar studio development
T-Mobile US Inc. is scrapping its efforts to crack into the home television market on its own after the wireless company failed to build its skinny bundle of channels into a profitable service.
Robocalls are surging again as the economy begins to pick up steam.
The Federal Trade Commission is mailing 146,804 checks and issuing 677 PayPal payments to students who first enrolled in a masters, bachelors, or associates degree program at University of Phoenix between October 15, 2012 and December 31, 2016, and paid more than $5,000 with cash, grants, federal and private student loans, or military benefits.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing AT&T and three of its investor relations executives for telling Wall Street analysts about the telecom giant's sales data before it released quarterly results.
AT&T Inc. agreed to sell a stake in its pay-TV unit to private-equity firm TPG and carve out the struggling business, pulling the telecom giant back from a costly wager on entertainment.
A 90-year-old California man grabbed national attention last week after placing two ads in The Wall Street Journal calling out AT&T for providing shoddy internet service.
NEW YORK - AT&T Inc was sued on Tuesday for at least $1.35 billion by a Seattle company that accused the telecommunications giant of stealing its patented "twinning" technology, which lets smart devices such as watches and tablets respond to calls placed to a single phone number.
Verizon Wireless customers reported the fewest call issues in 2020, followed by AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint, J.D. Power's 2021 Wireless Network Quality Study found.
A growing list of businesses are pausing or reviewing political contributions in response to efforts against the certification of the Electoral College and the Capitol riot by a group of Trump supporters that followed.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler on how his city is adapting as more Americans move to Texas.