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Sprint Looking To Improve Debt Situation In 2013
Everyone knows that Sprint (NYSE:S) has a large amount of debt that is weighing down its balance sheet. At the end of the second quarter, Sprint had over $21 billion in debt on its balance sheet, more than half of the company's liabilities. In fact ...
Sprint Looks to Japan For Help  Wall Street Journal
Is Now a Good Time to Buy Sprint?  Insider Monkey (blog)
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Sprint's Unreasonable Post-Deal Valuation
Given that Sprint's leverage (and resultant credit risks) have historically weighed on the company's shares, a substantial credit improvement should provide a boost to the company's valuation and share price. Furthermore, the strengthened balance sheet ...
Bravado Behind Softbank's Sprint Deal  Wall Street Journal
Sprint Said to Be in Final Stages of Selling Most of Itself to SoftBank of Japan  New York Times (blog)
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Sprint Still Looking Cheap After T-Mobile/PCS Linkup
Given Sprint's stronger growth trends, better competitive positioning, and greater margin expansion opportunities, we would expect the company's shares to trade at a substantial premium to those of PCS-Mobile on this valuation metric. The broadly ...
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New Reasons To Be Bullish On Sprint Now
Sprint has had a good run starting in the last quarter of 2011 when they began selling Apple's iPhone. The company has failed to show a profit for some time but its shares doubled due primarily to maintaining a strong customer base thanks to iPhone sales.
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Sprint And Softbank: The Good, The Bad, And The Indifferent
Not exactly a whole lot if the new company is not in a better competitive position. The financial mechanics of the deal is very convoluted and unclear to the untrained eye.
Sprint Posts a Big Loss on Decline in Subscribers  New York Times
Sprint Nextel subscribers flee; earnings fall  Christian Science Monitor
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Sprint Making Progress With Its Network Vision Project
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) is continuing its long-term evolution as a telecom company. Sprint's progress in overcoming the strategic and operational mishaps of the Nextel merger have impressed us so much that we added to our position last month.
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A Low-Risk Way To Invest In Sprint
Also, the company seems to be turning the corner, as new iPhone 5 sales and a restructuring plan should help ensure revenue growth through 2013.
HP Woes Are 'All Very Fixable,' CEO Whitman Tells CNBC  CNBC.com
HP Shares Fall as Chief Sees Trouble  New York Times (blog)
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Assessing Sprint Nextel Inc's (S) Earnings and Accounting Quality
Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) will release its financial results for the next quarter later this month. Telecommunications sector giant AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) will be releasing its earnings on October 24th while Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ ...
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Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) Boosts Share in Clearwire Corporation ...
The man who took on the challenge to pull the company out of the hole was Daniel Hesse. He became CEO in 2007 and he will be keeping his position after Softbank buys a 70% stake in Sprint. Gaining a majority share of Clearwire was not a prerequisite ...
Clearwire: To Buy Or Not To Buy Today?  Seeking Alpha
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Clearwire Is Sought by Sprint for Spectrum
Sprint Nextel has moved to protect one of its most valuable assets - access to a big chunk of spectrum - just as it is preparing to become a more aggressive force in wireless, with the backing of SoftBank of Japan.
Sprint Nextel Corp (NYSE:S) Sets Eyes on Clearwire Corp. After Softbank Deal  HotStocked
Clearwire: Is It The Reason Behind The Japanese Acquisition Of Sprint?  Seeking Alpha
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