China Mobile’s 700 million users will be offered iPhones from Dec. 18
(FRANKFURT, Germany) — Telephone company Deutsche Telekom said Thursday it made a net profit of 588 million euros ($793 million) in the third quarter as it continued to add customers at T-Mobile USA.
The company’s bottom line rebounded after a loss of 7 billion euros in the same quarter a year ago due to non-cash accounting charges …
Shares dropped by 16% for the company that can’t seem to hit rock bottom
Before blowing money unnecessarily in the shopping-crazed days ahead, consider the deal-finding wisdom of Mark Ellwood, author of the new book Bargain Fever: How to Shop in a Discounted World.
BlackBerry, the once dominant smartphone maker, announced Monday that it will be sold to its largest shareholder, Canadian firm Fairfax Financial, in a deal worth about $4.7 billion.
Shareholders will receive $9 per share, according to the public statement, a slight premium on the stock’s $8.23 price when trading was halted Monday …
British telco giant Vodafone wants to offload a 45% share in Verizon Wireless, its joint venture with Verizon Communications, and is seeking about $130 billion from the deal.
Reuters says that Verizon is trying to raise …
Verizon, the phone company whose disclosure of customer data to the U.S. federal government is at the center of the furor over cooperation by technology companies with top-secret national-security programs, has offered a precise, clear, but little-noticed public explanation of why it did what it did.
The Verizon explanation is not in the
Ever wonder which alcohol brands are most popular … among consumers who are too young to buy alcohol? Is daylight savings harmless, or does it cost us hundreds of millions of dollars annually? And most pressing of all, which celebrity do you wish was your insurance agent?
Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas promises to unveil all sorts of gadgets that’ll not only make our lives better—but that we simply won’t be able to live without. Instead, what we get is stuff like the $99 “smart” fork.
There’s nothing particularly new about the horrendous state of customer service. What is new is that maybe, just maybe, businesses will take steps to make customers happier this year.