Let's see what the numbers say about Clearwire.
This is turning into a big spectrum mess. Verizon wants some of Clearwire's spectrum; Sprint owns the bulk of Clearwire; Softbank and DISH both want to acquire Sprint. Is there enough spectrum to go around?
Both DISH and Softbank have much to offer Sprint, but the dueling deals would take the company in wildly different directions.
Together, GlaxoSmithKline, HSBC Holdings, and Vodafone Group make up more than 18% of the FTSE 100. Their fortunes will have a great impact on the index.
Mounting evidence suggests that the takeover bid from Sprint is not in the best interest of minority investors.
UHF stations suddenly become sought after commodities, not for their facilities or programming, but for their spectrum.
Vodafone Group forms consortium for Myanmar licence, as new rumors of a fixed-line deal in Germany emerge.
Vodafone Group ousts BT Group in the battle of the telecom giants.
Is the bid premium in Vodafone Group justified?
...but is still willing to buy out joint-venture stake held by Vodafone Group.