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​Insiders Connect with Telecom CenturyLink

MoneyShow | Equities.com |

In a competitive marketplace, CenturyLink management understands the importance of high-quality products and online delivery at an affordable price.


​Jeff Kagan: Frontier Business Expands Nationwide with Cloud Services

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

What is Frontier AnyWare?


​Jeff Kagan: The Future of Frontier Communications

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

Why aren't they growing?


How “Net Neutrality” Affects Investors

Guild Investment Management | Equities.com |

UPDATE: The FCC voted to approve Net Neutrality Thursday, ruling in favor of governing the internet like a public utility.  Consumers love data, particularly in the form of movies. Netflix


Stocks Edge Lower On Conflicting Economic Data for Jobs and Services Sector

Michael Teague | Equities.com |

Stocks on Wall Street ended the day’s session slightly lower, as conflicting economic data amid the ongoing earnings season left investors without the necessary fuel to extend the previous


Stocks Waver as FOMC Commences Monthly Meeting

Michael Teague | Equities.com |

Investors were hit with a number of concerns on Tuesday that saw stocks ending the day slightly lower. With the consumer price index more or less flat for the month of November, some on Wall


Frontier Communications Paying $2 Billion for AT&T’s Wireline Business in Connecticut

Andrew Klips | Equities.com |

Regional telecom company Frontier Communications Corp. (FTR) said Tuesday that it is spending $2 billion in cash to purchase the wireless business in Connecticut of AT&T, Inc. (T) that


Dividend Stocks: Equities With a Change Jar

Jacob Harper | Equities.com |

Stocks can be sliced and diced any number of ways, but there’s one clear division that neophyte investors trying to save money should be aware of: dividend stocks versus non-dividend stocks.


Government Employees Getting a Hand from Business During Shutdown

Andrew Klips | Equities.com |

The government shutdown on October 1 impacted some 800,000 government employees.  Being the entrepreneurial and promotional country that we are, companies everywhere are popping up and giving


D.C. Brinkmanship Kicks Stocks Lower to Start Week

Michael Teague | Equities.com |

Stocks dropped across the board to begin the week as investors braced themselves for appears to be the very real possibility of a government shutdown. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was


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