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Posted by TwillyD July 24, 2016

All Eyes on Verizon, Yahoo! Next Week; $5 billion deal on tap

All Eyes on Verizon, Yahoo! Next Week; $5 billion deal on tap

Just over a year after buying AOL, Verizon Verizon (NYSE: VZ) seems poised to buy the last of the remaining Internet providers – Yahoo!. Word on the street is that the wireless service provider could announce its acquisition of Yahoo! next week. The price being bandied about is roughly $5 billion. The wireless giant has Continue reading →

Zooming in on Cash Flow to Debt Ratios to Determine Company’s Value

Zooming in on Cash Flow to Debt Ratios to Determine Company’s Value

A significant measure of a company’s financial health is reflected in its cash flow to debt ratios, and based on a recent report, investors should pay particular attention to the amount of debt some S&P 500 companies are amassing. While their cash balances are growing, so too are their debt levels. During the first quarter Continue reading →

Posted by TwillyD May 24, 2016

Ride Sharing Companies Are Needed Disruptors for Auto Industry

They may not be publicly traded – yet – but they seem to be all the rage these days. I’m speaking of Uber and Lyft, which are garnering considerable attention from leading automakers looking to capitalize on their booming ridesharing services. On Tuesday, the market learned that Toyota and Uber were collaborating. The reports noted Continue reading →

Charter Eyeing MVNO Launch After Time Warner Buyout Closes

Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) this week officially closed its deal in acquiring Time Warner Cable and Bright House. The natural thought is on how this deal will affect the cable industry. However, there is another benefit that Charter considered in buying Time Warner and it is called an MVNO, and it could be just as Continue reading →

Posted by TwillyD April 09, 2016

Seeing Some Wrinkles in Yahoo! Acquisition

After Verizon (VZ) bought AOL (AOL) last year, I said to myself (like many others probably), “which big wireless carrier is setting its sights on the other Internet company – Yahoo!?” Could it be AT&T (T) or Sprint (S)? The last thing I thought was that Verizon would go after the failing Yahoo!, snapping up Continue reading →