TheStreet.com is reporting that Verizon is having second thoughts about offering the Palm Pre in January.
A story reported by TheStreet.com about Verizon Wireless not carrying the Pre early next year is likely bogus, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Keegan analysts say.
TheStreet.com reports that AT&T is considering cutting the price of its iPhone voice and data plan by $10 when the new iPhone comes out this summer.
Sources tell both TheStreet.com and Bloomberg that the wireless provider has at least two different models it plans to sell bundled with service in the near future.
Market commentator and TheStreet.com co-founder Jim Cramer is given a top title, after the investor site separated the two roles of its CEO Thomas Clarke.
A financial analyst firm is denying that it issued a research note cited by TheStreet.com as a possible explanation for a sharp drop in Apple's stock today.
Microsoft's J Allard tells TheStreet.com that Microsoft's next-gen console "will be in the neighbourhood" of US$299 (AU$395.74).
Arthur Andersen has dropped financial news site TheStreet.com as one of its clients. The consulting firm informed TheStreet.com last week that it was terminating its relationship because of the pair's inability to work in a "cooperative manner," according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. In a letter to TheStreet.com's CEO Thomas Clarke, Andersen said the termination was "caused by what we believe to be inappropriate public comments about our chief executive officer and our firm, made by a member of your board of directors." The consulting firm said it objected to comments TheStreet.com director James Cramer made about Andersen CEO Joseph Berardino during a program on financial news channel CNBC. The Street.com has chosen Ernst & Young to serve as its public accountant for 2002, according to the SEC filing.
Financial commentary site TheStreet.com has extended its agreement to offer news from its subscription-based service RealMoney.com on Web portal Yahoo. Under the deal, Yahoo users can choose between two RealMoney.com subscription packages available throughout Yahoo Finance. Yahoo has been striking deals with outside companies to offer subscription-based services or content as a way to diversify revenue. Last week, the company announced a deal with enterprise software company Divine to offer premium document searches for a fee.
Shares of online financial news provider TheStreet.com fall in after-hours trading after the company announces that third-quarter revenue will be lower than expected.