Topic: mergers and acquisitions
T-Mobile is promising to offer peak 5G data speeds up to 4.1 Gbps and average speeds of 444 Mbps—if and only if it is allowed to combine with Sprint.
Here are some other stories we're following today.
AT&T and Time Warner convinced a judge that their merger will help them compete with OTT content providers like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google.
Now that the $85 billion merger is expected to close, analysts are evaluating the impact on AT&T as well on T-Mobile and Sprint.
AT&T held its second annual Shape conference, and it was not your garden variety tech conference.
Qualcomm may finally be moving closer to purchasing NXP. A Beijing official reportedly said the deal is "looking more optimistic now."
One of the federal agencies that must sign off on the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.
AT&T has its hands full with its own planned acquisition of Time Warner, but it isn’t going to stand in the way of another big proposed merger, that of T-Mobile and Sprint.
The proposed combination of T-Mobile and Sprint raises questions related to Bruce Henderson’s “The Rule of Three and Four."
Sprint says it's on track to commercially roll out VoLTE later this year.