...that Sprint Nextel Corporation would try to thwart the planned merger of T-Mobile USA and Metro PCS Communications Inc. by launching a hostile bid...
Daily Business Review
...T-Mobile USA, the fourth-largest...would reduce competition. Deutsche Telekom, Germany's former phone monopoly, reached...
The Morrison & Foerster partners are advising SoftBank Corp. in its proposed takeover of Sprint Nextel, the largest U.S. acquisition by a Japanese company ever
Morrison & Foerster and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom have the lead roles advising Japanese Internet and telecommunications group SoftBank Corp. on its proposed $20.1 billion purchase of ailin
Morrison & Foerster and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom have the lead roles advising Japanese Internet and telecommunications group SoftBank on its proposed $20.1 billion purchase of ailing Amer
Originally Published: The Asian Lawyer
Tokyo-based SoftBank Corp.'s proposed acquisition of a 70 percent stake in U.S. mobile carrier Sprint-Nextel would be the largest cross-border acquisition ever by a Japanese company
Daily Business Review
...joint venture of Finland's Nokia Corp. and Siemens AG of Germany, the T-Mobile order represents a new chance to get into the U...
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