Topic: mergers and acquisitions
T-Mobile executives reiterated their plan to use the proposed merger with Sprint to leapfrog competitors AT&T and Verizon in 5G.
It was only a matter of time until someone showed up with ideas of how to propel the stock price, but the ideas are much easier to conceive on a spreadsheet than to deliver in the real world.
As Huawei finds itself at odds with the U.S. government, Ren Zhengfei, chief executive of the Chinese telecom giant, disclosed he is willing to sell access to its existing 5G technologies to a buyer in the West, The Economist reported.
Why is Dish a better operator than Sprint? That's a question state attorneys general need to answer, according to Verizon EVP Ronan Dunne.
Promises from T-Mobile USA management are not enough; workers want to know from DT's CEO that their jobs are safe if the merger with Sprint goes through.
T-Mobile noted Sprint's dwindling market share and "huge debt load" in response to states trying to block their merger.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere and President and COO Mike Sievert held phone calls with FCC commissioners shortly after Chairman Ajit Pai circulated his draft recommending approval of their deal with Sprint.
Louisiana is the latest to join five other states and the U.S. Department of Justice in legal efforts to support the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint.
Public interest and labor groups have joined a growing band of critics urging the FCC to open a public comment period on what they call fundamental changes to the proposed T-Mobile and Sprint merger.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has formally shared with his colleagues a draft order that would conditionally approve the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint.