Even though regulators have already voiced public opposition to a Sprint and T-Mobile merger, the two companies are reportedly proceeding. Is this deal doomed from the start?
Sprint and T-Mobile are about to join forces -- market regulators permitting. Here's why Verizon and AT&T should be shaking in their boots over this crazy merger.
Sprint thinks regulators have come around, but the market doesn't agree
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