Sprint announced a new rate deal that, on its surface, promises to beat AT&T and Verizon plan pricing — but new subscribers need to produce a current Verizon or AT&T bill to get the price.
Exchange traded funds made gold a more liquid commodity. Can they do the same for Bitcoin? SecondMarket says, yes, but at least one investors suggests the fund is a “turd.”
Instead of spending $100,000 on advertising that may or may not get new customers, Ting is spending that money to get people to switch to its cellular service. The company will pay your ETF to make the move.