- AT&T is issuing dividends, attracting income-focused investors looking for high-yield dividend stocks.
- T-Mobile is issuing its first dividend, potentially making it a more attractive investment option.
- AT&T’s CEO sees potential in the drone business, indicating diversification and growth opportunities.
- Some cable sites show no public health risk, potentially reducing concerns and liabilities for AT&T.
- AT&T’s CEO remains optimistic despite the stock’s challenging performance in 2023.
- AT&T’s stock has had a rough year in 2023, which may be a cause for concern for some investors.
- T-Mobile’s stock dropped after announcing its dividend, suggesting mixed reactions from investors.
- Competition from cable companies could pose a threat to AT&T’s market share and profitability.
- Verizon and T-Mobile’s progress in 5G network build-out may impact AT&T’s competitive position.
- Concerns about lead-sheathed cables could lead to potential liabilities and regulatory challenges for AT&T.
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