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July 1, 2014
08:55 EDTACTG, TMUSAcacia Research unit enters settlement agreement with T-Mobile
Acacia Research (ACTG) disclosed that its subsidiary Location Based Services and EMSAT Advanced Geo-Location Technology entered into a settlement and license agreement with T-Mobile USA (TMUS). The agreement resolved patent litigation that was pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.
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July 29, 2014
05:58 EDTTMUST-Mobile US CEO announces 10 gigabytes of data for $100 a month
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July 28, 2014
13:11 EDTTMUST-Mobile new offering substantive, says Wells Fargo
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July 24, 2014
16:03 EDTACTGAcacia Research reports Q2 adjusted EPS 16c, may not compare consensus 6c
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06:02 EDTACTGAcacia Research signs patent license agreement with Pregis and others
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July 22, 2014
06:01 EDTACTGAcacia Research subsidiary enters into license agreement with Tecnotree OYJ
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July 20, 2014
14:47 EDTTMUSAfter paring Mexican assets Carlos Slim may look at T-Mobile, WSJ says
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July 18, 2014
09:18 EDTTMUSSoftbank hire of Arora from Google 'interesting,' says Wells Fargo
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07:08 EDTTMUSSoftbank, T-Mobile final agreement could come after late August, Kyodo News says
According to Kyodo News, Softbank's (SFTBF) buyout talks with T-Mobile (TMUS) won't be settled until after late August. Deutsche Telecom (DTEGY) is "reluctant" to accept Softbank's business plan and is seeking a new plan, industry sources say. Reference Link
July 15, 2014
15:32 EDTTMUSPaulson sees T-Mobile takeover in high $30s, low $40s 'reasonable,' WSJ says
John Paulson, the fourth-largest shareholder in T-Mobile (TMUS) and the third largest stakeholder in Sprint (S), would support a merger of the two, which has been widely reported as being worked on, and said that a takeover price for T-Mobile in the "high $30s to low $40s" per share would be "reasonable," according to The Wall Street Journal, citing an interview with the investor. Reference Link
13:44 EDTTMUSSprint, T-Mobile jointly raising $10B for airwave auction, WSJ says
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09:32 EDTACTGFederal court confirms Acacia device profile patent invalid
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07:24 EDTTMUSMicrosoft to hold a conference
MSFT Worldwide Partner Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. on July 13-17.

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