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February 10, 2014
06:22 EDTDTEGY, TMUSDeutsche Telekom acquires remaining shares of T-Mobile Czech Republic
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) is acquiring the remaining 39.23% stake of T-Mobile's (TMUS) Czech Republic unit for a purchase price of EUR0.8B. The shares are currently owned by a consortium of investors led by funds managed or advised by private equity group Mid Europa Partners. The acquisition of the remaining shares enables a simplification of the capital and governance structure of T-Mobile Czech Republic. In addition, the transaction provides financial benefits, such as the savings of annual dividend payments to the minority shareholders and an increase in net profit. T-Mobile Czech Republic is already fully consolidated by Deutsche Telekom, therefore the transaction will have no impact on group revenue and EBITDA. The transaction is not subject to regulatory approvals. Reference Link
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July 28, 2014
13:11 EDTTMUST-Mobile new offering substantive, says Wells Fargo
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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 EDTDTEGY, TMUSSoftbank hire of Arora from Google 'interesting,' says Wells Fargo
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07:08 EDTDTEGY, TMUSSoftbank, 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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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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