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  • But I think it's been said, and it's very important to focus on the bottom of this graphic, which I call the carrier's dilemma.

  • "Customers are temporarily unable to activate any 4G LTE devices," Jeffrey Nelson, a Verizon Wireless spokesman, said in an e-mailed statement, referring to the carrier's long-term evolution network.

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  • Though we fall short of calling the carrier's demise just yet, we think the stock even in the high $3 per share range has further room to fall.

  • The carrier's results will also benefit from a marginally better fourth-quarter cost performance.

    Strikes, Closures Hit Ryanair

  • For the five routes that the two airports share in common, ANA's load factor — or the percentage of seats filled — was around 85% in November and December, higher than the carrier's overall percentage.

    ANA Clearly Gaining From JAL Failure

  • Nobody can, not until we've had time for a flood of Verizon iPhone users to soak up the carrier's bandwidth.

    Verizon iPhone 4 doesn't represent a huge advance over AT&T's

  • Lufthansa has said it will configure the jet for 386 passengers, with the carrier's first one entering service early next year.

    Boeing Displays New 747

  • Great timing for this thread, because today is el día del cartero (mail carrier's day), at least in La Paz.

    How to write your Mexican address�the Mexican way

  • * Strictly as a business proposition, it's unwise for Apple to keep the iPhone chained to one carrier in the U.S. market when many potential customers don't want to use that carrier's services.

    Faster Forward: Things I know about the 'Verizon iPhone' story

  • An often-told tale, which resurfaced recently in Malcolm Gladwell's book Outliers, assigns blame for a Korean Air crash in Guam in 1997 on the carrier's hierarchical cultural legacy that teaches Koreans to be deferential toward their elders and superiors.

    Korean Air upgrades service, image

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