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These Are the 5 Worst Cities for Mobile Phone Users

Mobile carriers have spent billions to expand the reach of their 4G networks, but the gains aren’t spreading evenly across the country. Surveys by network rater Rootmetrics found starkly varying conditions in different metropolitan areas, as carriers’ investments didn’t always match the growth of usage in some places. In its latest rankings, some of the largest cities in the country—including ... Read More »

Hands-on: Microsoft Teams brings the best and worst of Office to team-building

Microsoft’s Teams provides Office 365 subscribers various ways to collaborate and share information across teams. Credit: Mark Hachman 1COMMENT Mark Hachman | @markhachman Senior Editor, PCWorld Nov 2, 2016 1:51 PM Microsoft’s Teams app reinvents communication and collaboration in a way that’s typically Microsoft: tons of features, numerous options, with some of that complexity unfortunately pushed onto the user. The ... Read More »

Bank stocks tracking for worst week since early January

Carson Block speaking the SOHN Conference in New York on May 4th, 2016. David A. Grogan | CNBC Carson Block speaking the SOHN Conference in New York on May 4th, 2016. This week has not been kind to bank stocks. The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) was down nearly 4 percent for the week, putting it on track for its ... Read More »

‘Bad Goldilocks’ emerges as market’s worst enemy

Remember “Goldilocks,” that pristine economic condition where growth was strong but not so strong as to induce tighter Fed policy? Well, now meet her evil twin. This is the new state of affairs in the U.S., where growth isn’t strong enough to inspire much confidence but not weak enough to induce easing from the U.S. central bank. It’s an uncomfortable ... Read More »

‘Bad Goldilocks’ emerges as market’s worst enemy

Remember “Goldilocks,” that pristine economic condition where growth was strong but not so strong as to induce tighter Fed policy? Well, now meet her evil twin. This is the new state of affairs in the U.S., where growth isn’t strong enough to inspire much confidence but not weak enough to induce easing from the U.S. central bank. It’s an uncomfortable ... Read More »