Topic: mergers and acquisitions
Why are executives from Sprint and T-Mobile returning to merger discussions so soon? Some believe SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son had a change of heart.
There are legitimate reasons for T-Mobile and Sprint to be holding merger discussions again.
According to a new report in The Wall Street Journal, Sprint and T-Mobile have restarted merger negotiations.
Software company Wind River announced it will separate from Intel via a sale to private equity firm TPG.
C Spire’s chief executive said the company will only participate in M&A as a buyer, not as a seller.
The troubles are not over for Qualcomm.
Jacobs may step down from the board at Qualcomm after it became known that he was exploring opportunities to buy out the chipmaker.
Qualcomm’s Paul Jacobs—son of founder Irwin Jacobs—said he will relinquish his title as board chairman.
Broadcom this morning said it would create a new $1.5 billion fund to train engineers, part of its effort to acquire Qualcomm.
"What are we going to do with all that cash? Well we're not going to go out and buy a big media company," said T-Mobile’s CFO.