What is AT&T CEO John Stankey thinking as the telecom behemoth trundles along as listlessly as its stock price?
Stankey should jettison the whole of CNN to the highest bidder to avoid the inevitable stockholder backlash over Zucker’s actions.
AT&T needs to start thinking about stockholders who have no patience for this underperforming asset.
How CNN can, er, “repackage” Jeffrey Toobin.
Then, as now, the Democratic Party machine sought to absolutely and unfairly control the processes of a free government.
The Chi-coms published their intentions for the United States in 1999. This is no secret. Joe Biden is the ideal pawn.
COVID is not a “gift” to the Left, Jane. It is a “gift” from the Left.
The Lincoln Project effort with Sully is analogous to the shameless manner in which Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein used starlets for big box office: “T&A.”
It will be interesting to see if future economists smile at the regeneration of AT&T in the 21st century.
Is it any wonder that after granting the District of Columbia “Home Rule” in 1973, Congress took parts of it back in 1995 and again in 1997?
Perhaps the Duchess of Sussex should keep her disloyal thoughts to herself, lest Americans become upset with a 21st-century turncoat.
The Senator from California’s career as an unexpurgated opportunist may be reaching its zenith.
An unfair comparison of AT&T CEO John Stankey and Admiral Takijiro Onishi of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s plan to gin up counts for the 2020 Census in Chicago involves an interesting, if appropriate, mascot.
Chicago’s mayor can’t maintain order in her increasingly violent city. So she plays the race card.
It is time to rebuild CNN and scupper Zucker’s suckers.
Come November, does anyone think that folks who just spent $1,000 or more on firearms are going to vote for the vertiginous Joe Biden who would take their guns away and leave them unprotected?
Until the now nameless D.C. team and management regenerate some testicular fortitude, they might call themselves the “Washington Foreskins.”
Hypocritical players and cowardly, avaricious, Chinese-communist-sympathizing management. Maybe it’s time for new legislation to curb the unbridled political power of the NBA, to include taxation as with any other business.
If the NBA and NFL are now acting as ad agencies for political organizations, shouldn’t the IRS review the tax breaks that allow them to operate as monopolies?