What to Take Away From AT&T's Earnings
Jul 25th 2012 12:05PM
Updated Jul 25th 2012 12:16PM
Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss AT&T's recent earnings report. The company posted solid numbers -- perhaps helped in part by margins spiking without AT&T subsidizing iPhone sales -- and looks to be a consistent performer moving forward.
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