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T-Mobile and Sprint in Talks with Small Carriers for Fourth Wireless Player

T-Mobile and Sprint are in talks with regional wireless carriers C Spire, Shenandoah Telecommunications (Shentel), and U.S. Cellular in addition to Dish Network as thefeatured

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S/TMUS – As expected, a number of advocacy groups will file petitions on August 27 with the Federal Communications Commission asking the agency to deny the Sprint/T-Mobile merger. In addition, CTFN has learned that 11 state attorneys general will oppose the deal. More here ” QCOM – Qualcomm’s $10 billion Dutch Auction presents a chance … Read Morefeatured

Advocacy Groups and State AGs to Voice Objections to Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

As expected, a number of advocacy groups will file petitions on August 27 with the Federal Communications Commission asking the agency to deny the Sprint/T-Mobile merger. In addition, CTFN has learnedfeatured

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Brazilian regulator CADE appears inclined to approve the merger between industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair, subject to massive divestments of the parties’ Brazilian operations to a player with a high degree of technical expertise, which is not currently operating in the country. More here ” Third parties are working to create a fourth, large … Read Morefeatured

Creating Fourth Wireless Carrier Might Advance Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

With additional reporting by Diane Alter – Third parties are working to create a fourth, large wireless carrier out of assets to potentially be divested from a merged Sprint/T-Mobile combined with otherfeatured

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The parties in the WGL Holdings/AltaGas merger have reached a non-unanimous settlement agreement with the Washington, D.C., mayor’s office, CTFN has learned. The settlement is expected to delay a final vote on the merger by the District of Columbia Public Service Commission for an undetermined period. The final vote was scheduled for May 4. More … Read Morefeatured

Sprint/T-Mobile Tie-Up Faces Comprehensive CFIUS Review

Sprint and T-Mobile’s proposed merger announced April 29 not only has to clear hurdles with the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission, but thefeatured

CTFN First Look: Sprint/T-Mobile

With additional reporting by Sarah Cohen – Sprint and T-Mobile announced on April 29 a $59 billion merger that would combine the U.S.’s third and fourth largest wireless companies. Under terms of the all-stock transaction,featured

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Rivals and clients of Linde and Praxair in Brazil are monitoring the ongoing merger between the two industrial gas giants with great apprehension, with sources raising doubts that the deal could be cleared by Brazilian regulator CADE without significant divestments. More here ” The Competition Commission of India is likely to clear the Monsanto-Bayer deal … Read Morepublic

Whether Cable MVNOs Succeed or Fail, M&A Between Cable and Wireless Providers Looms

As cable companies prepare to enter the wireless market with mobile virtual networks operators (MVNOs), providing wireless services using the networks of telecom carriers,featured

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