It might be difficult for some to believe, but BlackBerry's stock is out of the doldrums and is up more than 50 percent this year as investors have started to believe in CEO John Chen's turnaround strategy.
T-Mobile US said it plans to sell new shares in a move that could raise as much as $1.8 billion. The company could use the cash to acquire spectrum in upcoming auctions.
AT&T sold 7.5 percent of its stake in América Móvil, netting the company about $564 million and returning AT&T's total stake in the telecom giant to its historic level of around 9 percent.
Top Clearwire executives appear set to rake in millions of dollars from stock payments if Sprint Nextel's bid to buy the roughly 50 percent of Clearwire it does not already own gets approved by Clearwire's minority shareholders.
MetroPCS shares have fallen 27 percent since the company's transaction with T-Mobile USA was announce in October, noted a Wall Street Journal article. Although that decline could open the door for other companies to step in and make their own counterbids for MetroPCS, the list of potential suitors appears to be notably short.
Investors and financial analysts generally agree that Sprint Nextel will need to increase its $2.90 per share offer, or $2.1 billion, to buy the 49 percent of Clearwire that it doesn't already own. Yet many analysts think Sprint will ultimately seal the deal because Clearwire's vast spectrum holdings are too valuable to leave on the table.
Research In Motion's stock enjoyed a boost after investment bank Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock from "neutral" to "buy," bullish on the prospects of RIM's forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform.
Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) said it agreed to sell up to $300 million in shares as part of an equity infusion, and has contracted with financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald to conduct the sale,
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) revealed that it lost hundreds of millions of dollars on its investment in Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR)--but its losses were slightly less than originally expected. In a recent
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell its entire financial stake in Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) for $47 million, a steep loss on the $500 million investment