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June 20, 2014
06:31 EDTSFTBF, TMUSSoftbank CEO aims to up U.S. wireless speeds, lower bills, Bloomberg says
Softbank's (SFTBF) CEO Masayoshi Son said he aims to improve the speed of wireless connections and decrease monthly bills for U.S. customers as he pursues the acquisition of T-Mobile (TMUS) U.S., according to Bloomberg, citing comments from Son. Reference Link
News For SFTBF;TMUS From The Last 14 Days
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July 2, 2015
10:00 EDTTMUSOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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July 1, 2015
17:20 EDTTMUST-Mobile initiated with a Buy at Buckingham
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15:23 EDTTMUSDISH's Ergen awaits AT&T-DirecTV approval before more T-Mobile talks, FBN says
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07:14 EDTSFTBFFormer Deutsche Bank CEO in talks with Softbank for executive role, NY Post says
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June 26, 2015
06:17 EDTSFTBFGoogle Ventures, Softbank invest in Yieldify, Business Insider reports
Google Ventures Europe (GOOG) and Softbank (SFTBF) have invested $11.5M into Yieldify, an e-commerce startup that "helps online retailers convince people to buy products online," Business Insider reports. Google Ventures partner Avid Larizadeh Duggan will join Yieldify's board as part of the fundraising. Reference Link
June 25, 2015
16:42 EDTTMUSFCC Chairman outlines changes to future spectrum auctions
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13:16 EDTTMUST-Mobile unveils ‘JUMP! On Demand’
In a press release earlier T-Mobile said, "The company kicked things off in a big way by amping up Un-carrier 2.0, its groundbreaking JUMP! program, and introducing the industry’s lowest monthly cost to get an iPhone 6 when you trade-in your smartphone. With T-Mobile’s new JUMP! On Demand, one low monthly phone payment covers the cost of a new smartphone and gives you the freedom to swap it for a new one absolutely anytime you like … at no extra cost. Which means you don’t pay a penny to walk out the door with your new smartphone today–not even sales tax, with qualifying credit. No fees to upgrade whenever you want, no waiting and no worries about paying off your old phone when you upgrade." “While the carriers are breaking every promise they’ve ever made with their knock-off upgrade programs, we’re racing full speed ahead, making one of our most popular moves even better,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “JUMP! On Demand is the best way to get a new smartphone whenever you want. Zero out the door. Zero at upgrade. Zero fees. Zero wait. Zero BS.” Shares of T-Mobile are up 1.52% to $39.63 in afternoon trading.
June 24, 2015
18:24 EDTSFTBFAlibaba close to buying 20%-26% Micromax stake for $700M, Economic Times says
Micromax is nearing a deal to sell roughly 20%-26% of the company to Alibaba (BABA) for approximately $700M, reports the Economic Times, citing three people familiar with the matter. One source noted that Softbank (SFTBF) -- a major Alibaba shareholder -- may participate in the deal. Reference Link
June 23, 2015
19:31 EDTTMUST-Mobile petitions FCC to deny certain AT&T spectrum licenses
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16:29 EDTTMUSOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Tuesday
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June 22, 2015
15:04 EDTTMUST-Mobile could abandon DISH for Comcast, Forbes contributor says
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08:27 EDTSFTBFSoftbank, Foxconn, Bharti to form JV for renewable energy in India
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06:17 EDTSFTBFSoftbank sold 1,000 units of robot Pepper within one minute, WSJ reports
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