Massive wireless-subscriber gains from Verizon are highlight of the quarter.
Outstanding quarter wrings more risk out of firm's shares.
WorldCom's absence should invite several new merger candidates.
Following the demise of WorldCom's merger with Sprint, options abound. Shareholders needn't worry.
Firm's new rates are music to everyone's ears--except shareholders'.
Market's reaction to acquisition seems overdone.
The Baby Bells are still incompetent, and size does matter.
But acquisitor UAL has a long flight in a middle seat ahead of it.
Profits soar on strong data revenue growth and cost-cutting efforts.
Strong data and wireless revenue drive earnings.
Data and wireless boost revenue, but at a cost.
Growth in wireless, data strong, but long-distance steals the show.
Nation's two largest airlines soar past pessimistic expectations.
Next quarter will be the true test of management's ability to recover.
Despite merger distractions, Internet growth continues unhindered.
Subscriber growth and new capabilities shine light on potential profits.
But both airlines outpace pessimistic expectations.
Company's network is expanding at a record pace, but profits aren't.
Forming second-largest U.S. carrier brings the scale to compete.
Plan to raise funds brings new risk, but could be nice buying opportunity.
But Latin American wireless tracking stock offers little added incentive to buy its shares.
With German suitor gone, telecom company faces a rocky road to the altar with US West.
Fees, potential lawsuits dim chances for a rival bid by Deutsche Telekom; US West merger still likely.
After this week's soap opera-like rumors and resignations, Qwest's massive runup looks unjustified.
But incomplete deal with Commerce One doesn't impress investors.
SBC Communications looks to Sterling Commerce to gain entry to the business-to-business e-commerce market.
Key operating units are delivering strong gains.
Long-distance carrier expands its reliance on data for growth.
DSL provider reports fantastic growth.
Solid quarter ushers in a period of great challenge for the company.
The combined companies would shed assets for merger approval, sort of.
Strong revenue and subscriber growth pare losses.
The largest Bell expects to dial up double-digit growth in 2001.
The third-largest Bell shows strong data and wireless growth.
Following an eventful quarter, Bell turns in on-target numbers.
The largest airlines continue to take fuel costs in stride.
Earnings were strong in 1999, but Boeing faces new challenges in 2000.
Fuel costs hurt Southwest, but Delta remains unscathed.
Continental announces earnings in line with industry conditions; talks with Northwest have begun.
Retirees face off against U.S. West, threatening to kill the deal.
$1.2 billion deal with Hutchison Whampoa gives the global network provider another foothold in Asia.
Bell Atlantic wins FCC approval to provide long-distance service in New York.