21 hrs ago
Sprint: Stock Price To Remain Mixed Near Term
I have a "hold" rating on Sprint Corp . Intense competition and an evolving U.S. telecom industry are likely to keep the stock price checkered in the near term.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Sprint Expands No-Contract Plan Offers with Sprint Prepaid
'Our goal is to respond to customers' shifting demands by featuring a variety of wireless plans that meet different needs,' said , Sprint chief marketing officer.
As Wireless Carriers Race to Reclaim Phones, Sprint Phone Trade-in Program Remains No. 1
For the third straight year, Sprint [NYSE:S] has been recognized as having the best phone buyback program among all major U.S. carriers by Compass Intelligence , a market analytics and consulting firm, who released its latest report today, "Buyback and Trade-in Program Market Assessment."
Thu Mar 13, 2014
T-Mobile Repurposes 2G to Get an LTE Edge
Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of beginning its 4G LTE rollout with an ambitious plan to repurpose half of its 2G EDGE network this year and complete the other half by mid-2015.
Softbank's Son Talks His Sprint/T-Mobile Deal Directly To America
Sprint's CEO Dan Hesse may have spent his working life in American telecom but he doesn't seem to have the connections or the clout to deliver a Sprint buy of T-Mobile to his new master, Softbank's Masayoshi Son.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Jeff Kagan: Sprint Chairman on Ultra Fast Internet and T-Mobile Merger
Son says wireless Internet speeds are too slow and too expensive. He says he wants to change that in the .
Analyst Update: Sprint Corporation, Adobe Systems Incorporated, and Broadcom Corporation
Against this backdrop, Macquarie lifted its price target on S to $9.25 from $8.65, though most analysts remain in the bears' corner.
Ten startups launch into Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator powered by Techstars in Kansas City
Ten mobile health-related startup teams from across the country and Australia have arrived in Kansas City to build and strengthen their businesses in the inaugural Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator powered by Techstars .
Son's Challenge to Cable Won't End T-Mobile Deal Scrutiny
Billionaire Masayoshi Son says his wireless Internet service can challenge U.S. cable companies with lower prices and increased speeds.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Boingo: Carrier WiFi Offload Still a Year Out
Despite doing a big wholesale business with the network operators, the head of the WiFi service provider Boingo isn't convinced most have a real WiFi offload strategy yet.
Monterey County Herald
Business briefs: Sprint chief want to take over T-Mobile
The new chairman of Sprint Corp. says that if the U.S. government will let him take over T-Mobile, he'll declare a price war that would revolutionize the American mobile market in the same way he overturned Japan's.
The Kansas City Star
With an eye for history and detail, Kansas City's model railroaders produce sprawling masterpieces
The Kansas City area is a hotbed for model railroading with over three dozen “fully finished” private layouts.
Sprint's Son on T-Mobile Merger: 'I Want to Be No. 1'
If Sprint and T-Mobile were allowed to merge, Masayoshi Son told Charlie Rose during a recent interview, he'd instigate a "massive price war."
Masayoshi Son's misguided mission
Three years ago, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse became the public face of opposition to an AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile, arguing that "the wireless industry would regress toward a 1980s-style duopoly" and the merger "should be stopped" because "Sprint believes in competition, which goes hand-in-hand with innovation."
T-Mobile: Going Bananas for Low-Band
Mobile is poised to get its hands on 700MHz 4G spectrum from Verizon later this year that it says will enable it to offer better in-building, suburban, and rural coverage over time.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Washington Post
SoftBank's Son Vows - Price War' If T-Mobile Deal Approved
SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son will start a "massive price war" if U.S. regulators allow his company to purchase T-Mobile US Inc., he said in an interview with PBS's Charlie Rose.
Wall Street Journal
Sprint Wants to Buy T-Mobile
Sprint Corp. Chairman Masayoshi Son said in a television interview Monday that he would like to buy smaller rival T-Mobile US Inc., confirming his interest in a deal that would combine the country's No.
Sprint Sparks to Reduce Churn, Save Unlimited
Sprint's No. 1 priority this year is improving its network. It's a matter of keeping both its customers and its unlimited promise, the carrier's CFO said on Monday.
Hesse rings up big(ger) payday thanks to SoftBank deal
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse set a new high for executive pay in the Kansas City area, with compensation of $49 million last year, The Kansas City Star reports.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Softbank Said to Ready Broadband Pitch Amid Merger Doubt
SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son is reframing his argument for consolidation in the U.S. mobile-phone market, heading to Washington this week to advocate for wireless broadband as an alternative to cable.