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May 15, 2014
11:30 EDTNFLX, T, VZ, CMCSA, TWCFCC advances proposal for ISPs to charge for priority, Washington Post says
The Federal Communications Commission voted three-to-two in favor of advancing its latest "open Internet" proposal, which could allow Internet service providers such as Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), Comcast (CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) to charge services like Netflix (NFLX) for higher-quality delivery of their content, reported The Washington Post. Reference Link
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September 4, 2014
16:00 EDTNFLXOptions Update; September 4, 2014
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14:05 EDTTCiena weakness may create attractive entry point, says Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo believes that Ciena (CIEN) reported solid Q3 results, and the firm was encouraged by the news that the company was named as an AT&T (T) domain 2.0 supplier. However, the firm notes that Ciena's Q4 revenue guidance was lower than expected, partly due to the deal. Nonetheless the firm expects the factors that caused the guidance miss to be transitory, and it is upbeat about the company's outlook for FY15. Wells keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
11:50 EDTTAT&T management to meet with Jefferies
Group dinner to be held in Las Vegas on September 10 in conjunction with the CTIA Conference hosted by Jefferies.
11:32 EDTVZVerizon raises dividend to 55c from 53c
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09:31 EDTTAT&T says 4G LTE network now reaches over 300M people
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September 3, 2014
16:01 EDTNFLXOptions Update; September 3, 2014
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13:38 EDTNFLXNetflix acquires rights to 'Gotham' series for $1.75M per episode, Deadline says
Netflix has acquired the streaming rights for the upcoming drama series "Gotham" for $1.75M per episode, Deadline reports. This exclusive streaming rights purchase is the first deal to be made for a broadcast series before its television premiere, Deadline added. Reference Link
13:35 EDTCMCSAComcast and Nascar reach 10-year series entitlement agreement
NASCAR and Comcast announced an agreement that will make Comcast’s XFINITY brand the title sponsor of what is now known as the NASCAR Nationwide Series through 2024. Beginning January 1, 2015, the property will be known as the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
11:18 EDTTWC, CMCSACharter, Comcast say SpinCo to be called GreatLand Connections
Charter Communications (CHTR) and Comcast Corporation (CMCSA, CMCSK) announced the name of the new cable company that will be spun off from Comcast upon completion of the Comcast – Time Warner Cable (TWC) merger and the Comcast – Charter transactions. The company referred to as "SpinCo" or "Midwest Cable LLC" will be known as GreatLand Connections Inc.
11:15 EDTVZVerizon to pay $7.4M to settle privacy investigation
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10:47 EDTCMCSAOpco sees DISH trying to buy T-Mobile for $40/share
Oppenheimer earlier today said it sees DISH (DISH) trying to acquire T-Mobile (TMUS) for $40 per share, and that there is a 20% chance a deal could be announced ahead of the September 10 FCC-mandated quiet period. Opco does not believe DISH can successfully partner with Sprint (S) or T-Moblile (TMUS), leaving buying T-Mobile or selling spectrum as its primary options. The firm expects additional wireless consolidation within the next year, and lists the most likely outcomes as a T-Mobile/DISH merger or T-Mobile/Comcast (CMCSA) merger.
10:16 EDTTAT&T confirms will carry Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge, Gear VR
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10:07 EDTNFLXNetflix volatility low as shares at record high
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09:36 EDTNFLXActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open according to Track Data: AAPL TSLA TWTR PBR C GILD NFLX FB BIDU
08:28 EDTVZ, TISIS Wallet changes name to Softcard
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05:29 EDTNFLXNetflix announces Gotham to be released exclusively on Netflix
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September 2, 2014
16:00 EDTNFLXOptions Update; September 2, 2014
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13:04 EDTTFinisar retreats after analyst cuts on pricing, demand worries
Shares of optical components maker Finisar (FNSR) are falling after research firm Jefferies downgraded the stock to Hold from Buy in a note to investors today, citing pricing and demand concerns. WHAT'S NEW: After conducting checks, Jefferies analyst James Kisner wrote that Finisar is facing "brutal" prices for datacom optics, particularly in China. Prices for telecom components in North America are also challenging for Finisar, he reported. Various low-cost competitors are driving down prices for datacom optics, while AT&T (T) is trying to force optical systems vendors to cut the prices of their components by 40%, Kisner stated. Meanwhile, demand for mobile backhaul optics slowed significantly in China over the last month, and two of Finisar's customers - Cisco (CSCO) and Huawei - are exploring alternatives to Finisar's products, Kisner indicated. Additionally, Intel (INTC) and numerous start-ups may launch products that will compete with those of Finisar, potentially cutting into its market share beginning in the second half of 2015, the analyst warned. He cut his price target on the shares to $19 from $25. PRICE ACTION: In early afternoon trading, Finisar slumped 5.5% to $19. Other optical components makers also dropped, with Oclaro (OCLR) falling 1% to $1.75 and JDS Uniphase (JDSU) losing 2% to $11.30.
09:41 EDTNFLXActive equity options trading on open
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06:08 EDTTCox sued by AT&T for patent infringement, Reuters reports
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