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AT&T takes pandemic hit, but surpasses revenue expectations

22 Oct 2020

AT&T Inc on Thursday reported the coronavirus pandemic had taken a heavy toll on its media business, but quarterly results were offset by more new phone subscribers than expected, which executives credited to the improved quality of its wireless network.

AT&T takes pandemic hit, but surpasses revenue expectations

22 Oct 2020

Oct 22 AT&T Inc on Thursday reported the coronavirus pandemic had taken a heavy toll on its media business, but quarterly results were offset by stronger than expected gains in new phone subscribers lifted by offers for its HBO Max streaming service for free on certain phone plans.

Snap shares jump as user growth, revenue beat estimates

21 Oct 2020

Shares of Snap Inc rallied 23% on Tuesday after the Snapchat messaging app owner beat user growth and revenue forecasts as more people signed up to chat with friends and family during the coronavirus pandemic. | Video

Snap beats analyst estimates for user growth, revenue

21 Oct 2020

Oct 20 Snap Inc, owner of the single-view messaging app Snapchat, on Tuesday beat Wall Street's third-quarter forecasts for user growth and revenue as more people signed up to chat with friends and family during the coronavirus pandemic.

Walmart cranks up advertising drive, with or without TikTok

20 Oct 2020

Walmart Inc is aggressively expanding its advertising business after years of stuttering progress, even as a proposed deal to buy a stake in video-sharing app TikTok remains stuck in limbo.

With the Feds circling, Google is starting to play nice with smaller rivals

02 Oct 2020

Small rivals of Alphabet Inc's Google say signs are emerging of more benevolent behavior from the online advertising leader amid accusations by the U.S. government and states that the company uses its dominance to thwart competition.

Twitter aims to label more state-affiliated accounts worldwide

25 Sep 2020

Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said on Friday the social media platform plans to expand its labeling of state-affiliated accounts worldwide, even as he defended its policy of allowing leaders of countries like Iran and China to use Twitter.

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