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  • Son’s Challenge to Cable Won’t End T-Mobile Deal Scrutiny

    Billionaire Masayoshi Son says his wireless Internet service can challenge U.S. cable companies with lower prices and increased speeds. The pitch probably won’t quiet regulators’ qualms about his plan to buy T-Mobile US Inc.

  • Softbank to Host D.C. Wireless Event Amid T-Mobile Talk

    SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Officer Masayoshi Son will host a presentation March 11 in Washington to discuss “the state of America’s wireless communications industry and the competitive global landscape,” according to an e-mail invitation yesterday.

  • Tycoon’s Threat to Set Himself Ablaze Shows T-Mobile Grit

    In SoftBank Corp. billionaire Masayoshi Son, U.S. regulators are sampling the resolve of a self-made tycoon who once threatened to set himself afire at a Japanese government ministry.

  • SoftBank’s Son Makes Case for Sprint Deal With T-Mobile

    SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son is starting to make the case for another acquisition in the U.S. less than a year after buying control of Sprint Corp., the country’s third-largest wireless operator.

  • Sprint Posts Fourth-Quarter Sales That Top Analyst Estimates

    Sprint Corp., the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier, reported a narrower loss and better-than- predicted sales after the company shed fewer subscribers than analysts had projected.

  • SoftBank’s Son Makes Case for Sprint Deal With T-Mobile

    SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son is starting to make the case for another acquisition in the U.S. less than a year after buying control of Sprint Corp., the country’s third-largest wireless operator.

  • Sprint Risk Eases as Loss Narrows; Credit Swaps in U.S. Decline

    Credit-default swaps tied to Sprint Corp. dropped after the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier reported a narrower loss for the fourth quarter. A measure of U.S. corporate credit risk declined.

  • SoftBank Said to Seek Decision on T-Mobile Bid Within Weeks

    SoftBank Corp.’s billionaire founder Masayoshi Son and Sprint Corp. Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse plan to decide in the next few weeks whether to move ahead on a bid for T-Mobile US Inc. after speaking with U.S. regulators, people with knowledge of the matter said.

  • Sprint’s Hesse Fires ‘Nukes’ in 18-State Push to Stop AT&T

    Dan Hesse’s White Room is closely guarded even within Sprint Nextel Corp. The chief executive officer carries the only key and draws black curtains over his scribblings before leaving. This is where Hesse retreats to map out “nukes” in red, blue and green ink, lately his tactics for stopping AT&T Inc.’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile USA.

  • Microsoft Joins Sprint in Pledging to Obama’s School Plan

    Microsoft Corp., Apple Inc., Verizon Communications Inc. and Sprint Corp. are among the companies pledging more than $750 million in computers, software and services to an Obama administration project to give almost all U.S. students access to broadband and wireless technology.

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