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Nortel Networks Inc, a defunct telecoms company, has agreed to settle claims that it owed more than $3 billion to former Nortel entities in Europe in a deal that it called a "significant milestone" to ending its five-year bankruptcy. In return for
AT&T said Monday that it has closed on its deal with Crown Castle International Corp. to lease the rights of 9,000 of its company-owned wireless towers and sell approximately 600 more. The Dallas-based company received approximately $4.83 billion at
Sprint, T-Mobile merger would create a giant Another business megamerger, this one in the telecom industry, is in the works as Sprint Corp. eyes acquiring key competitor T-Mobile. Another business megamerger, this one in the telecom industry, is in
It takes caring professionals and a relentless focus on results to make sure students stay in school and succeed. That's why next month, AT&T * will launch the 2014 AT&T Aspire High School Success Initiative Request for Proposal to keep kids in the
Data collected from your smartphone is shaping the future of marketing -- and cell phone companies are cashing in. What your phone knows about you -- where you are, what you're searching for and what you like -- is mouthwatering for advertisers.
But the story on the Journal's website, which cited unnamed people familiar with the matter, also said that Sprint had not yet made a decision and was mulling the regulatory implications. Such a deal would be controversial and could be blocked by U.S.
ET Laboring under a surprising load of online-video traffic, Verizon Wireless has had to spend millions more this year to upgrade its network. The cellphone carrier long enjoyed a reputation for having the country's most robust network, while rival
ET Verizon Communications Inc. may complete a deal to buy Intel Corp.'s nascent Internet TV service as soon as next week, people familiar with the negotiations said. Talks between the companies were reported at the end of October by The Wall Street
If the deal goes through, it would likely be a blow to the Seattle area where thousands of people work directly or indirectly for Bellevue-based T-Mobile...That would make things more convenient for SoftBank, the Japanese company that's now the
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