Sprint Corp has proposed a merger with Charter Communications Inc as the wireless carrier seeks an alternative to a deal with T-Mobile US Inc that has so far not come to fruition, according to sources familiar with the matter. Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp, which controls Sprint, proposed a complex transaction that would create a new...
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 02, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - NYCT WIRELESS CORP.
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- Sprint looks for alternative to T-Mobile merger: sources
By Reuters - Saturday Jul 29, 2017
- Sprint and T-Mobile call off merger after months of talks
By Reuters - Saturday Nov 4, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK – Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc said on Saturday they have called off merger talks to create a stronger U.S. wireless to rival to market leaders, leaving No. 4 provider Sprint to engineer a turnaround on its own. The announcement marks the latest failed attempt to combine the third- and fourth-largest...
- Charter shares soar after it says it’s not interested in Sprint
By Reuters - Monday Jul 31, 2017
U.S. cable operator Charter Communications Inc’s shares shot up nearly 14 percent on Monday after the company said it was not interested in buying wireless carrier Sprint Corp (S.N). A deal between the two could be complex and disruptive, analysts said, noting financing issues, complicated ownerships and the possibility of upending existing partnerships. A merger...
- Sprint posts its first quarterly profit in three years
By Reuters - Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
Sprint Corp. on Tuesday swung to a quarterly profit for the first time in three years as the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier slashed costs and added subscribers. Shares rose 3.3 percent to $8.24 in premarket trading. Sprint said it cut expenses by about $370 million in the quarter and that it expects an additional...
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Barry Diller was about to win the battle for his $250 million arts pier, but then came the “petty questions” from his opponents and he decided to pull the plug.