When Push Comes To Shove: Back To Basics
- NTT INVESTS IN AT&T. Nobel, Carmen // eWeek;12/04/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p20
Reports the impact of the NTT DoCoMo Inc. AT&T Wireless Services Inc. investment on AT&T capital and DoCoMo access to wireless markets in the United States. Use of the money for AT&T purchase of radio spectrum in the Federal Communications Commission auctions; Emphasis of AT&T on electronic...
- LBO firms are hot on the trail of the humble radio tower. Copulsky, Erica // Investment Dealers' Digest;02/23/98, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p6
Presents information pertaining to investments focusing on the use of wireless communication by firms such as Lehman Brothers to transmit information through the air waves. Reference to the number of tower space available; Comments from Lehman Brothers' wireless communications analyst John Bensche.
- Venture Capitalists Eye Wireless. Albright, Peggy // Wireless Week;5/6/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p1
Discusses issues related to investment of venture companies in wireless infrastructure. View of Robert Goodwin, a general partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, on the investment climate; Kinds of companies that are well worth investing, according to Bob Egan of Corechange; Predictions in...
- Financings roundup. // Medical Device Daily;8/8/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 152, p3
The article cites the investment received by CareInSyncis of Santa, California from Samsung Venture Investment which it can use to enhance its evidence-based care coordination solution Carebook with industry-leading secure mobile communications technology.
- Carriers take steps beyond Europe. Labarba, Liane H. // Telephony;05/03/99, Vol. 236 Issue 18, p44
Deals with expansion of wireless communication companies in Latin America. Findings of the survey conducted by Audits and Surveys Worldwide; What prompted the expansion; Companies that are making terrestrial investments in Latin America.
- Latin America and Mexico. Lerner, Norman // Telecommunications - International Edition;Mar2000, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p59
Reports on the growth of the wireless and wireline communication markets in Latin America. Limitation of access to investment capital; Expansion of the Internet market in the region; Influence of inflation on the prices of telecommunication equipment.
- Tower firms may swap assets to gain operating efficiencies. Mooney, Elizabeth V. // RCR Wireless News;5/6/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p4
Reports on how the increase in bond yields for top wireless tower companies in the U.S. caused prospective equity investors to shorten their stocks and buy their debt instead, as of May 2002. Tower companies affected by the trend; Reasons behind the lack of investor confidence; New focus of the...
- Number of VC deals drop, average infusion steady. Mooney, Elizabeth V. // RCR Wireless News;12/10/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 50, p24
Reports on the decline in venture-capital investments in telecommunications and wireless companies in the United States for the fourth quarter of 2001. Number of companies in all sectors that received venture-backed financing during the third quarter; Categories of the wireless and...
- Taking stake. Ford, Tracy // RCR Wireless News;12/4/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 49, p12
Comments on moves by German and Japanese companies to take significant interests in United States wireless telephony.