Tag: merger

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Twitter says it’s going to sue Elon Musk for trying to back out of the deal

July 8, 2022

Via: The Verge

Twitter’s message to Elon Musk after his attempt to bail on his $44 billion agreement to buy the company: we’ll see you in court. “The Twitter Board is committed to closing the transaction on the price and terms agreed upon […]

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AT&T’s Spinning Off WarnerMedia in Merger With Discovery in $43 Billion Deal

May 17, 2021

Via: Gizmodo

In a quick turnaround after rumors of a merger surfaced this weekend, AT&T has announced that it is spinning off WarnerMedia (which includes HBO) and joining forces with Discovery to create a new media company as part of a massive […]

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T-Mobile has made big promises about its merger — but talk is cheap

November 13, 2019

Via: The Verge

To gain federal approval of their $26 billion merger, T-Mobile and Sprint have spent years promising a universe of incredible benefits, from lower prices to better rural wireless coverage. So far, agencies like the Federal Communications Commission have been more […]

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Death of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger is good for T-Mobile, bad for customers

December 1, 2017

Via: Boy Genius

The rumored T-Mobile-Sprint merger is officially done. The two parties couldn’t agree on a deal, and a merger that could’ve killed all semblance of competition in the US wireless market is mercifully non-existent. But according to telecoms analyst Craig Moffett, […]


Cisco, Ericsson team up as industry consolidates

November 11, 2015

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

As Nokia closes its acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson and Cisco this week announced a tight partnership to jointly address enterprise, service provider and Internet of Things opportunities. The companies outlined a broad, multi-faceted relationship that’s been 13 months in the […]


Google tipped to combine Chrome OS and Android

October 30, 2015

Via: Alex Wagner

Google has been maintaining Chrome OS and Android separately for a while now, with the former being used on desktop and laptop computers and the latter powering phones and tablets. Soon, though, Chrome OS and Android may become one. A […]