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After-Hours News: Sprint Corporation (S), Apple Inc (AAPL), T Mobile US Inc ...
U.S. stocks closed flat on Wednesday, as investors weighed corporate earnings and tensions between Russia and Ukraine. After the closing bell, Sprint shares continued to fall after the company ended its bid to acquire T-Mobile. Meanwhile, shares of ...
Sprint Changes CEOs, Puts Focus on Growing Company  Wall Street Journal
Sprint Corp. (S) Names Marcelo Claure as President, CEO  StreetInsider.com (subscription)
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Sprint Is Back With A Bang With Its New Price Plans
It is offering double the shared data usage at the same or lower rates compared to its competitors. After successfully testing its trial plans, the third-largest US wireless company has launched a new shared data plan called Sprint Family Share Plan ...
Will a Sprint Corporation Price Cut Force AT&T and Verizon to Follow?  Motley Fool
Sprint: It's Now Or Never  Seeking Alpha (registration)
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Sprint Hopes To Gain Edge By Offering Sharp Aquos Crystal Smartphone
SoftBank Corp. (SFTBY), the Japanese parent company of Sprint, announced yesterday that Sharp Corporation's (ADR) (SHCAY) Aquos Crystal, an almost bezel-less smartphone is a Sprint exclusive in the US. Furthermore, it announced that Sprint will ...
News Review - Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S), Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA ...  Techsonian (press release)
Sharp Aquos Crystal For Sprint Gets Official  Geeky gadgets
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Sprint: Aggressive Price Cuts To Gain Subscribers
In his first meeting with Sprint Corporation's (S) employees, the new CEO Marcelo Claure announced his three-tier strategy to make the company the number one choice for wireless consumers in the US, which is pretty much in line with what Bidness Etc ...
Challenges Facing Sprint Corporation (S)'s New CEO Marcello Claure  Insider Monkey (blog)
Now Is The Time To Speculate On Sprint  Seeking Alpha (registration)
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Deutsche Telekom Willing To Sell T-Mobile For $35 Per Share
The German telecom company has been looking to exit the US market for quite some time and even reached a skeletal agreement with SoftBank, Sprint Corp.'s (S) parent company, for $40 a share. However, the merger didn't take off due to a disagreement on ...
Deutsche Telekom Willing to Sell T-Mobile for $35/Share  ValueWalk
T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) Will Continue Being Low-Cost Carrier: John Butler  Tech Insider
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What Will Sprint's Next Move Be?
Softbank acquired Sprint last year for $21.6 billion to establish a strong foothold in the US telecom market. However, what Softbank got was a company struggling to retain subscribers and upgrade incompatible technology that it had inherited from a ...
Sprint Corporation gets new CEO Marcelo Claure replacing Dan Hesse  Inferse
Sprint Is Ready to Do Battle on Price  Wall Street Journal
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Should Subscribers Rethink Switching From Sprint To A Competitor?
Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) is the third largest telecommunication company in the U.S. It provides both wireline and wireless services to consumers, businesses and government organizations.
Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s iPhone 6 Game Changer for Sprint Corporation (S): Jennifer ...
Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) has called off its bid to acquire T-Mobile Us Inc (NYSE:PCS) amid the intense pressure from regulators.
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Sprint Corporation (S) vs. T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS): Battle of Price Cuts Continues
The war of price cuts and winning the hearts of customers between Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) and T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) is getting all heated up.
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Sell Sprint And Buy SoftBank
However, I cannot recommend Sprint as it will be subjected to heavy dilution, and assuming that case scenario plays out, investors will be left with a smaller equity interest, paired with an uncertain growth trajectory.
Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) quits its efforts to acquire T-Mobile Inc. (NYSE ...  Stocks.org
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