U.S. Approves $26B T-Mobile-Sprint Merger
The deal is still being opposed by 14 states that claim it will harm "consumers, workers, and innovation."
Ten States Sue to Block T-Mobile, Sprint Merger
If the states obtain an injunction before the deal is consummated, "that would bring things to a halt."
FCC Chair Signals Support for T-Mobile-Sprint Deal
The companies agreed to expand mobile access and to divest the prepaid business Boost.
CenturyLink CFO Takes T-Mobile Integration Job
Veteran telecom executive Sunit Patel is expected to bring his integration expertise to T-Mobile as it combines with Sprint.
T-Mobile, Nokia Partner on 5G Technology
The announcement comes as T-Mobile seeks approval for its merger with Sprint.
Balancing Act: CFOs Must Meld Innovation and Control
Here's why companies should look to their CFOs as "chief financial innovators."
Verizon Users Get Higher Rates, More Data
While the wireless carrier will charge more for service under its new plans, the average price per gigabyte of data will fall.
The Longest Cash Cycle
Can the asset-backed security market cure wireless carriers' elongated cash cycle and ballooning working capital requirements?
Experian Reveals Hack of T-Mobile Customer Data
Cyber thieves accessed information on 15 million consumers that T-Mobile provided Experian for credit checks.
Google Throws Its Hat Into Wireless Ring
The service will be small-scale, says a Google executive, and intended to "drive a set of innovations we think the system should adopt."
French Upstart Iliad Bids $15B for T-Mobile
Although the French company's offer is less than Sprint's, Iliad is confident because its deal may draw less anti-trust scrutiny.