T-Mobile, Sprint expected to extend deal date: sources
T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect to extend a July 29 deadline to complete ...
T-Mobile and Sprint have agreed to a series of deal concessions, including to sell the prepaid brand Boost, to gain merger approval, but they still need a green light from the U.S. Department of Justice. The department’s antitrust staff recommended the agency block the deal.
The parties are haggling over restrictions over who can buy the divested assets if they are sold in the future, with T-Mobile and Deutsche Telekom (
) seeking to prevent them from going to a cable or technology company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.Read more: Reuters Top News
T-Mobile-Sprint Talks Slow Over Dish OwnershipTalks between T-Mobile US and Sprint are dragging on over ownership issues and the new wireless company to be formed when Dish Network gets some of their assets as part of their $26 billion merger. Ergen doing what he does best, screwing up another deal at the last minute.
Two Books Explore the Front Lines of InfertilityTwo new memoirs — Elizabeth Katkin’s “Conceivability” and Emma Brockes’s “An Excellent Choice” — trace very different paths to motherhood.
Sprint falls as its merger with T-Mobile is reportedly likely to blow past a second deadlineThe two companies plan to extend their merger agreement deadline as they iron out conditions for a new telecom competitor.
Jamaica's 'spoilt' male sprinters need to work harder - BoltOlympic sprint great Usain Bolt sees struggle ahead for Jamaica’s men at the world championships, claiming the Caribbean nation’s 'spoiled' young sprinters lack the discipline to train and the hunger for success, kayraynor reports: kayraynor Remind me off Manchester players kayraynor That is the same words passed on by older generations to younger ones kayraynor Love your spirit..................
'Dr. Mario World' Draws Criticism for Microtransactions as Mobile Game Spending SoarsThe initial download is free for Nintendo's latest mobile offering, but prices can add up quickly as players hope to progress. Damn you Candy Crush! They started the trend and it was brilliant. My sisters-in-law works overtime to pay for her CC in game purchases. I think I’ll call her & ask her if she’s playing Dr.Mario. It’s a sickness!
7-Eleven is suspending its mobile payment feature after hackers stole $500,000 from Japanese consumersHackers discover a flaw in 7-Eleven Japan's mobile payment feature by targeting 900 accounts and using them to make $500,000 in purchases. I_AmCrypto_King That seems like opposite logic, bc they got hacked on cashless device, they should go more into cashless device? Cash would have been a much safer option. businessinsider japan Amazon AmazonGo