Dish uses national security ads to fight SoftBank deal
Dish Network Corp has rolled out an advertising campaign suggesting a deal by a Japanese company to acquire Sprint Nextel Corp could threaten U.S. national security, hoping to sway lawmakers and win support for its rival offer.
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#1 May 22, 2013
Dish are total and complete idiots. The worst company to work for, the worst satellite tv provider, being a completely hypocrites to roll adds that do not represent the reality...hope nobody listens to them...
Since: May 13
#2 May 29, 2013
Well that will be new thing to me as specially i was not aware of that so thanks for sharing such a nice information.
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