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Sprint Corporation (S)

Apr 1, 2020 - S was delisted after being acquired by TMUS
Stock Price: $8.62 USD 0.00 (0.00%)
Updated Apr 1, 2020 4:00 PM EDT
Market Cap 35.44B
Revenue (ttm) n/a
Net Income (ttm) n/a
Shares Out 4.09B
EPS (ttm) n/a
PE Ratio n/a
Forward PE n/a
Dividend n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Trading Day Apr 1, 2020
Last Price $8.62
Previous Close $8.62
Change ($) 0.00
Change (%) 0.00%
Day's Open -
Day's Range 8.34 - 8.66
Day's Volume 27,087,838
52-Week Range 4.26 - 10.16

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Market Watch - 3 months ago

"You shouldn't necessarily overlook 'bad' stocks. Of course, do your due diligence.

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Benzinga - 5 months ago

Shares of wireless carrier T-Mobile Us Inc (NASDAQ: TMUS) received contrasting recommendations from two Wall Street firms this week as the mobile carrier completes its merger with Sprint.

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TechCrunch - 6 months ago

A day after formally completing the sale of Boost, Virgin and other Sprint prepaid networks to Dish, T-Mobile is pulling the plug on Sprint 5G. The move is one in a long list of issues that ne...

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Zacks Investment Research - 6 months ago

T-Mobile (TMUS) fulfills a major commitment made to the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission as part of the merger.

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Investors Business Daily - 6 months ago

Here is what fundamental and technical analysis says about buying TMUS stock with the Sprint merger closed. Building out the best 5G wireless network using Sprint mid-band spectrum is key.

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The Motley Fool - 6 months ago

Citing the COVID-19 crisis, the wireless company wants a rollback of certain "burdensome" network and payroll changes.

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Forbes - 6 months ago

After a robust decade and a half following 1996 deregulation, large US telecom M&A has virtually evaporated since. The exception: T-Mobile US’ merger with Sprint, which closed April 1.

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GeekWire - 7 months ago

Millions of Sprint customers already getting familiar with the color magenta will now be hearing a lot more about Tuesdays, as in T-Mobile Tuesdays.

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CNET - 7 months ago

Sprint customers are getting T-Mobile's perks.

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Forbes - 7 months ago

Cellphone carrier T-Mobile US, which successfully fought regulators for nearly two years to close a merger with rival Sprint, named a new finance chief on Wednesday as the company now faces in...

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GeekWire - 7 months ago

T-Mobile has reportedly laid off an unspecified number of Sprint employees, just two months after the $26 billion merger between the nation’s third and fourth-largest wireless carriers.

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CNET - 7 months ago

The layoffs hit Sprint's small business sales unit, a report says.

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TechCrunch - 7 months ago

In a conference call on Monday lasting under six minutes, T-Mobile vice president James Kirby told hundreds of Sprint employees that their services were no longer needed. He declined to answer...

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GuruFocus - 7 months ago

John Paulson (Trades, Portfolio)’s Paulson & Co. sold shares of the following stocks during the first quarter of 2020.

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The Motley Fool - 8 months ago

The phase-out of the Sprint brand is getting pushed out until the middle of the summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GeekWire - 8 months ago

The COVID-19 crisis is not slowing down the “New T-Mobile.

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CNET - 8 months ago

The results offer the first glimpse into how the newly combined carrier will deal with the COVID-19 crisis.

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Market Watch - 8 months ago

T-Mobile US Inc. TMUS, -1.69% said Friday that Sprint saw total wireless net additions of 538,000 in the March quarter, or 502,000 postpaid net additions.

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CNET - 8 months ago

T-Mobile is forging ahead with network upgrades, but Sprint users who bought a 5G phone last year will need a new device to take part.

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Reuters - 9 months ago

California's Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted on Thursday to approve the merger of wireless carriers T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, marking the final approval for a $23 billion deal...

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Forbes - 9 months ago

You may need to start paying close attention to your wireless bill as T-Mobile announced the closing of its $26 billion Sprint acquisition. These combined companies could raise fees for pre-pa...

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Zacks Investment Research - 9 months ago

Within six years, the new T-Mobile (TMUS) is likely to provide 5G service to 99% of U.S. citizens with average speed of above 100 Mbps to 90% of the population.

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CNET - 9 months ago

Here's how the deal came together and what it means for you.

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CNET - 9 months ago

The satellite TV provider was an unlikely savior. Now the big question is whether it will deliver on its promises.

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CNET - 9 months ago

T-Mobile Sprint Merger Explained

America's third and fourth largest carriers are finally merged.

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CNET - 9 months ago

First off, don't worry: Your Sprint phone will continue to work.

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The Motley Fool - 9 months ago

It's been a long and winding road, but New T-Mobile is here.

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Forbes - 9 months ago

T-Mobile closed its $23 billion acquisition of Sprint on the morning of April 1, 2020, the final step in a two-year effort to merge the two companies.

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NYTimes - 9 months ago

The new T-Mobile will have over 100 million customers and plans to take on AT&T and Verizon.

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InvestorPlace - 9 months ago

The T-Mobile-Sprint merger is finally complete and some major changes are happening at the two companies that have TMUS stock moving. The post TMUS Stock Up 1% on Completed T-Mobile-Sprint Me...

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InvestorPlace - 9 months ago

T-Mobile (TMUS) CEO John Legere is no longer leading the company following its merger with Sprint, but he's still on the Board of Directors. The post T-Mobile CEO John Legere Steps Down Follo...

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Bloomberg Markets and Finance - 9 months ago

T-Mobile Launches High-Grade Bond Sale After Closing Sprint Deal

Mike Sievert, president and chief operating officer at T-Mobile, discusses the company’s completed merger with Sprint Corp.

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New York Post - 9 months ago

T-Mobile US said on Wednesday it officially completed the merger with Sprint, solidifying its position as the No.3 wireless providers in the US. T-Mobile’s longtime Chief Executive John Legere...

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TechCrunch - 9 months ago

After months of regulatory maneuverings, T-Mobile and Sprint officially completed their $26 billion merger today. The new combined parent company is called T-Mobile and will now trade on the N...

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Deadline - 9 months ago

T-Mobile US has officially completed a merger with Sprint in a deal that sets up satellite provider Dish to become a new entrant in the wireless space. The combination of the country’s third a...

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GeekWire - 9 months ago

T-Mobile closed its $26.

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CNBC Television - 9 months ago

Watch CNBC's full interview with T-Mobile's new CEO, Mike Sievert

Mike Sievert, the new CEO of T-Mobile, joins "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the completion of the company's deal with Sprint.

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CNET - 9 months ago

"No one's plan will change," new T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert says.

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The Motley Fool - 9 months ago

The deal makes the company a much stronger number three in the wireless space.

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Reuters - 9 months ago

T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it officially completed the merger with Sprint Corp and the combined company will now operate under the T-Mobile name.

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CNBC - 9 months ago

The transition comes ahead of schedule with Mike Sievert taking over the helm.

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CNET - 9 months ago

The end is finally here.

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CNET - 9 months ago

By bringing in Sprint, T-Mobile will finally get to build the 5G network of its dreams.

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CNET - 9 months ago

Once known for calls so crystal clear you could hear a pin drop, the company fades into the history books after being absorbed by T-Mobile.

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Forbes - 9 months ago

Telecom stocks have been badly impacted by the ongoing Coronavirus/oil price crisis, due to the slowdown in economic activity and shutdowns, which has led to a drop in consumer demand and spen...

Reuters - 9 months ago

President Donald Trump is holding a call with seven of the biggest U.S. internet and mobile phone providers on Tuesday to talk about how the networks are holding up as tens of millions of Amer...

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Zacks Investment Research - 9 months ago

T-Mobile (TMUS) intends to refinance the bridge loan in the bond market once the financing conditions recover.

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CNET - 9 months ago

CNET offers the history and nitty-gritty details of how this deal came together and what it means for you.

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Zacks Investment Research - 9 months ago

In the latest trading session, Sprint (S) closed at $8.44, marking a +1.81% move from the previous day.

Investors Business Daily - 9 months ago

T-Mobile stock has a new outlook with the Sprint merger closing finally near. Here is what fundamental and technical analysis says about buying TMUS stock amid the coronavirus market correction.

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About S

Sprint Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides a range of wireless and wireline communications products and services to consumers, businesses, government subscribers, and resellers in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands. It operates in two segments, Wireless and Wireline. The Wireless segment offers wireless data communication services, including mobile productivity applications, such as Internet access, messaging, and email services; wireless photo and video offerings; location-based capabilities ... [Read more...]

Industry
Telecom Services
Founded
1899
CEO
Michel Combes
Employees
28,500
Stock Exchange
NYSE
Ticker Symbol
S
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