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AT&T meets FY targets, Q4 results lower

Wednesday 29 January 2020 | 13:31 CET | News
AT&T met its debt and cash flow targets for 2019, as well as reporting a small increase of 1.4 percent in adjusted earnings. Results for the fourth quarter showed another loss of over 1 million TV customers, as well as lower revenues at WarnerMedia, as the company ended certain content licensing deals in anticipation of the launch of its own streaming service HBO Max this spring. The company confirmed its three-year targets issued in October. 

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Categories: General
Companies: AT&T / HBO / Time Warner
Countries: United States
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