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From: Ms. Baby Boomer8/30/2019 12:03:00 PM
   of 1884
 
Back in the Dark Ages before cell phones, Moi quit her Summer Job with Ma Bell...

Fast forward to 5G and trying to navigate City streets with Road Work and Detours...

Even some New York State license plates R popping up far from home...

Hmmm, that probably is not a coincidence.... ;)

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer9/10/2019 5:47:31 PM
   of 1884
 
Lots of Apple over hype for nothing...

No great improvements over previous iPhones...

Needless to say, their Company bottom line will be
hit with Tariff Man's tariffs....

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer9/13/2019 12:41:28 PM
   of 1884
 
Hmmm, Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is red on 401K ers Friday...

Still got the Company Share Buyback Plan???

What coulda been, cause in hindsight that wasn't meant
to be a Summer Job <g>...

Monday, Monday....

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer9/16/2019 1:03:50 PM
   of 1884
 
2004???

ONYX needs to be charged....

Later,

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer10/3/2019 6:21:37 PM
   of 1884
 


See ya and fly low...

Ya'll have a nice weekend.... ;)

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer11/3/2019 12:10:25 PM
   of 1884
 
Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) Takes On Some Risk With Its Use Of Debt...

finance.yahoo.com

The cracks in the Company Stock Buyback Bubble R beginning to show...

Moi used ONYX to turn back time on the Verizon clock this morning....

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer11/4/2019 5:51:31 PM
   of 1884
 
Oh my goodness, Nomura Instinet downgrades Verizon (NYSE: VZ) from BUY to NEUTRAL...

Never thought VZ would be the first of many Listed Corporations that would pop the Company Stock Buyback Bubble...

The Last Hurrah of the Bull Market....

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer11/8/2019 2:27:30 PM
   of 1884
 
IT is next to impossible typing on ONXY's keyboard with long nails... ;)

Ya'll have a nice Veterans Day Holiday Weekend....

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer1/7/2020 1:33:47 PM
   of 1884
 
Musical Heads???

Happy New Year....

:)

M aka Cassandra

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer1/9/2020 10:11:54 AM
   of 1884
 
Verizon Abandons Video Bundles in Bid to
Stem Cord Cutting...


Verizon Communications Inc. said its Fios video and internet service would abandon the cable-industry tradition of locking customers into long-term bundled packages, the latest effort to contend with the rise of cord cutting.

The new model, called Mix & Match, lets consumers choose among a variety of video-channel packages and internet-router speeds without signing an annual contract. Verizon also plans to roll various fees and surcharges into the base price of its packages, to clarify what subscribers are really paying.

“Customers are tired of having to buy a bundle with services they don’t want to get the best rates,” Frank Boulben, Verizon’s senior vice president of consumer marketing and products, said in a statement.

Cable providers are struggling to adapt to consumers’ increasing desire for so-called over-the-top streaming services such as Netflix Inc. instead of old-fashioned linear television. Verizon in October reported a third-quarter net gain of 30,000 Fios internet customers -- and a loss of 67,000 Fios video customers.

Verizon shares were up 0.2% in New York trading Thursday. The stock was up 9.2% last year, trailing behind the 29% rise of the S&P 500 index....

bloomberg.com

Cassandra

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