I can make you money! I knew you could double your money on Bank of America. Biggest crooks in the print money game. This volatile stock did what I said it was going to do….. GO DOWN, THEN UP, TO BIG TO FAIL and will continue to grow and make very wealthy people. BUY and HOLD,, should of bought it 6 months ago at $5.33. Sprint bottomed out. within 6 months. It’s back up to where the price was 6 months ago and will continue to grow for now and in the coming future.. I bet you?? BUY AND HOLD
Next Investment,, I hear all the laughs already.. Sprint Sprint Sprint,, Offer the iphone, first 4G Carrier, Innovators and Den Hesse CEO used to work at AT&T and Chairman of the board of Sprint/Next used to be the Chief Financial Officer of Bank of America..
Stick with me your guaranteed at least 20%…..Ford I purchases at $3.00 sold at $6 Bought again at $6 Sold at $9 etc etc
My beautiful mother Anne Batdorf Militano who not only touched, improved, help create champions. Helped so many children lives all around the world. Deserves recognition from the First Lady or Oprah as one of the hardest working women in show business.
My mother was accepted by Cornell University in 1968, but instead chose and graduated from Butler University to be closer to her identical twin sister Mary Scotvold. The Famous Batdorf Twins – Figure Skating Legends
My father’s side of the family Grandpa Orlando and Alice Militano, incredible, amazingly talented people from Long Island, NY. My amazing Father Mark Militano the oldest of 7 children ( 4 sisters, 2 brothers) was National Champion, World competitor and in the 1972 Olympic Games and skated with sister Melissa Militano. All siblings are amazing human beings and just as successful.
Life is but, a Dream……..I am the seed of these creators and trendsetters.
Makes me proud and super blessed to formed of atoms and molecules, cells, DNA….. First ever cloned human lol
Marko Militano my only brother from the same mother!!! LOVE & MISS YOU DOOOD – Amazing LOVING SOULS
SPLIT ME IN HALF – WHAT YOU READ & SEE MAY BE HARD TO BELIEVE. TRUE STORY
SOMETIME JUST LISTEN TO ME AND YOU WILL SUCCEED INDEED, YOU ARE NO MORE SPECIAL THEN ME.
I walk tall, head held high, with blue eyes and a smile that once brought warmth and trust. Big Ears to listen
Now, I just want to help people get through this systems. In the end we are all SLAVES/VICTIMS of ruthless games. What a shame…..
& Charisma that simply wants PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND
- Sprint: iPhone customers are “more profitable” than others (tuaw.com)
- Sprint says iPhone users are “more profitable” than those of other platforms (arstechnica.com)
- Sprint CEO says iPhone users more profitable than Android (intomobile.com)
- iPhone users consume less data than Android, says Sprint CEO (venturebeat.com)
You were a true genius. One of the very few people in the world I truly admired. You are a remarkable man and you and Bill Gates changed the universe and provided us the tools and GUI to become successful humans while providing cutting edge entertainment.
This is one of the first time I’ve actually been truly saddened to hear of just a huge loss. The universe will be lost without Steve Jobs. Steve built a wonderful team. He dreamed big. Steve did not wake up in the morning thinking what he could give himself. Steve woke up thinking how many more Ipods, Iphones, Macbooks he could give to help people. He was not very flamboyant. Steve was a very private hard working individualistic person. I think today represents a new Holiday on our Calendars.
You will be forever missed Steve. I know it’s lonely at the top, but enjoy the peace. God Bless
- Steve Jobs Action Figure Legal In Most Of US (coated.com)
- Who Really Owns Steve Jobs’ Image? (forbes.com)
- Apple Threatens Maker of Steve Jobs Action Figure with Lawsuit (techland.time.com)
- Steve Jobs Tombstone (weeklyworldnews.com)
- SEAP Book Club Meet: The Steve Jobs Way with Suhas Kelkar (punetech.com)
By David Goldman, staff writerMay 28, 2010: 10:44 AM ET cnnmoney
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — It’s that time of year again: The weather is getting warmer, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is just around the corner, and rumors about the iPhone coming to Verizon are sprouting up.
Don’t believe it, Verizon fans. It’s unlikely that Steve Jobs will announce a Verizon tie-up when he gets on stage at the WWDC event on June 7.
The rumors have been swirling around for years because an Apple-Verizon partnership seems to make sense for both parties.
The top reason consumers who are in the market for an iPhone decide to pass is AT&T’s 3G network problems, which are notorious in New York and San Francisco, according to a CFI Group study. Meanwhile, Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500) has built up its reputation as the “most reliable network.” Also, Verizon’s 93 million wireless customers would present a huge opportunity for Apple to grow its customer base.
Yet there are some fundamental reasons why a deal isn’t imminent.
Verizon’s network runs on a wireless standard called CDMA, which is incompatible with AT&T’s GSM network. It’s not impossible to offer phones on both networks — Research in Motion (RIMM) sells BlackBerry phones on every major U.S. network. But it wouldn’t necessarily make economic sense for Apple.
econdly, Verizon is set to roll out its 4G network later this year, and AT&T will unveil its 4G network in 2011. Those networks will be on a new universal, global standard called LTE, making a 4G/LTE iPhone much more cost-effective for Apple and easier to sell around the world. That would make next year or even 2012 a more likely timeframe for debuting a Verizon iPhone.
And suppliers haven’t given any indication that Apple is building a CDMA phone, according to Jagdish Rebello, principal analyst of communication systems at iSuppli.
Many analysts said nothing is set in stone and speculated that the terms could have been renegotiated.
“No one has a good handle on how long that exclusivity deal runs, but those contracts usually last 90 days to six months,” said Josh King, general counsel at Avvo.com and former senior corporate development executive at AT&T Wireless.
But one big indication that AT&T’s contract will continue for a while is its sweet 3G pricing deal for the iPad.
AT&T offers unlimited 3G access for the iPad on a contract-free basis for an average of about $22 a month. Because those sales only account for 15% of AT&T’s data revenue, according to data tracker Trefis, it may be part of a bigger strategy.
“There is speculation that AT&T is offering attractively priced 3G data plans … as part of a broader deal with Apple to maintain iPhone exclusivity for longer than the original agreement,” Trefis said in a recent analyst note.
“AT&T is our exclusive partner in the U.S. and we’re very happy with that,” said an Apple spokeswoman but she would not comment on Apple’s plans to sell the iPhone on other carriers.
When Apple was searching for a network to carry its iPhone in 2007, Verizon was widely reported to have balked at Apple’s demands to take a share of the company’s revenue.
Verizon said it would be able to handle the iPhone on its network, but wouldn’t comment on its interest in carrying the iPhone specifically.
“The Verizon Wireless network is optimized for maximum efficiencies and … we can mange the growth,” a Verizon spokeswoman said. “We pride ourselves on having an array of smart phones on several different operating systems.”
Recently, Verizon appears to be shrugging off the iPhone by going all-in with Google (GOOG, Fortune 500). Verizon’s past two flagship phones have been Google Android-based phones, and the company is working with Google to launch a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad.
Verizon also couldn’t have made Apple too happy after launching a scathing “iDon’t, Droid Does” campaign, in which the company went after all of the iPhone’s deficiencies. And in a separate campaign, Verizon poked fun at Apple’s “there’s an app for that” slogan when it went after AT&T’s 3G network with its “there’s a map for that” ad.
“There’s a lot for Verizon to consider, including revenue sharing and how much the iPhone would fit in with what the company is doing now,” said Ramon Lamas, mobile device analyst at IDC. “But right now, they’re all about Google.”