With four seasons of hit show “Fixer Upper” in the books, it’s no secret that anything Chip and Joanna Gaines touch turns to commercial gold. From flipping houses on the regular to managing their home improvement empire, the HGTV stars …
T-Mobile's new "Stock Up" customer appreciation program is giving away free T-Mobile shares. Investors may want to keep the share after it is redeemed. The telecom sector is facing many unique risks; however, T-Mobile appears …
T-Mobile wants to thank its customers by giving them a piece of the company. The carrier is offering new and existing primary account holders one share of common stock, CEO John Legere announced Monday. There are about 11 million …
A lot has changed over the last 10 years, and India has become a developed country with rapid economic growth and a surge in middle class income. Given AT&T's growth strategy, which includes moving into Mexico and Latin America …
BB&T Corp.’s board of directors has made a significant shift in executive compensation, eliminating stock options and putting more emphasis on tying the number of shares granted to company performance. The bank’s listed top-five …
It’s not just AT&T that’s decided the way to a customer’s heart is through free stuff. As of today T-Mobile is joining the club, with give-aways ranging from pizza to company stock. Yes, literal shares of the business. The company made the ...
The agency tasked with stocking alcohol on Naval bases told the nation's only disabled-veteran-owned distillery it would not stock their products. The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) told Travis Barnes it would not stock whiskey …
Chevron stock is down 2.2% today (Friday) after a dismal Q4 earnings report, but this isn't a buy low opportunity. Investors should look elsewhere for profitable energy plays in 2017. Today's Chevron earnings report showed the company's …
In another unprecedented first, Legere introduced Stock Up™, a first-of-its-kind program that could turn millions of T-Mobile customers into T-Mobile owners—something no other publicly traded company has done before. The Un-carrier is …
T-Mobile will give its customers shares of its stock, it announced Monday, a move that is part of a continued effort by the carrier to differentiate itself from competitors Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. “Our business is succeeding very well because …