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Exec Pay: Who makes what in wireless?

Exec Pay: Who makes what in wireless? Few issues stoke the ire of workers like executive pay. The average CEO of Standard & Poor's 500 company list made $15.06 million in 2006, which is the

Sprint: Unlimited plan won't tax network capacity

Speaking at a Bear Stearns media conference this morning in Florida, Sprint's Chief Network Officer Kathy Walker said that the firm's new Simply Everything plan that offers unlimited voice and data

SPOTLIGHT: Sprint shares near 20 year low

According to a report from the AP, Sprint's shares have hit their lowest point in almost 20 years. Article

Summit focuses on converged services

Analyst firm Informa will be hosting a one-day co-located seminar at CTIA that will focus on converged services. Program chair and Inform research director Gavin Whitechurch says that the seminar

QUICKLINKS: Finding the smartphone sweet spot; entertainment tops Handango Yardstick;

> Finding the smartphone sweet spot. FierceWireless > Entertainment tops Handango

Sprint, it's time to take the money

Sprint, it's time to take the money The rumors are rife over acquisition and spin-off scenarios for troubled Sprint. Deutsche Telekom might make a play for Sprint, Sprint may spin off Nextel and

Sprint launches EV-DO Rev. A handset

Sprint announced that it would release a software update for its HTC Mogul handset that would allow the phone to connect to its EV-DO rev. A network. The HTC Mogul is

ALSO NOTED: Time is of the essence for Sprint-Clearwire; Voda to launch femtocells soon? and much more...

> Time is of the essence for Sprint-Clearwire. Article > Start-up

SPOTLIGHT: Qwest talking to AT&T, too

Looks like Qwest is taking its wireless partner deal public. Last week Verizon Wireless let it slip that it was in talks with Qwest after the telecom announced it was unhappy with its reseller deal

ALSO NOTED: Americans love mobile but not mobile content; RIM to launch Dipdive via BlackBerry; and much more...

> Americans love mobile but not mobile content. Article > RIM to launch Dipdive