Topic: mergers and acquisitions
With a final decision reportedly expected next week on T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed $26.5 billion merger, MoffettNathanson analysts indicated a "no deal" situation may be better than the credible fourth-competitor scenario likely needed to win regulatory approval.
CNBC reports that it’s coming down to “decision days” and next week may indeed be the make-or-break week for the $26.5 billion T-Mobile/Sprint tie-up.
The states that are trying to block the T-Mobile/Sprint merger on Monday argued that an Oct. 7 trial date is no longer feasible.
Dish Network, reportedly at the center of talks about creating a fourth carrier amid the T-Mobile/Sprint negotiations, is generally in a win-win situation, according to Cowen analysts.
Hold onto your hats, folks, because this week appears to be starting with another wild ride on the rumor mill surrounding the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint combination.
Government officials remain concerned that Dish won't represent meaningful competition following a merger of Sprint and T-Mobile, CNBC reported today.
Some analysts believe T-Mobile’s proposed acquisition of Sprint is doomed. If the deal fails, Sprint will need to reinvent itself if it wants to thrive again.
Extreme Networks announced it will acquire Aerohive Networks for about $272 million.
T-Mobile announced today that early adopters will get a chance to use its 5G network when it starts offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G in six markets on Friday.
To Peter Adderton, the current talks around the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint tie-up are taking the focus off the original intent of the proposed divestiture of Boost: ensuring competition in the prepaid market.