The bookseller's devices and e-books business blames "lower average selling prices and lower device unit sales" for a more than 32 percent decrease in revenue during its fiscal second quarter.
Sprint has its hopes pinned on its friends and family plan as the rest of the wireless carriers pile up on incentives to switch.
In an interview with CNET, the executives dish on their ETF buyout plan and the push for faster WideBand LTE, and they continue to dump on Sprint.
The No. 4 wireless carrier adds 579,000 customers in the first quarter while notching its lowest churn rate in nearly five years.
T-Mobile posts solid results in its first earnings report as a publicly traded company, with 688,000 "post-paid" customers signing up in the period. But the company swung to a loss.
Sprint saw a massive exodus of customers in its last quarter running the separate Nextel network. The company, now owned by Japanese carrier SoftBank, hopes for a stronger second half.
Revenue in Barnes & Noble's Nook division hit $316 million, down 26 percent compared to the prior year, as the unit's losses balloon to $190.4 million.
The Internet company had better net income and revenue than analysts expected. Ad revenue is up, but revenue overall declined.
The latest shake-up eliminates international roaming rates for data and text messages and simplifies calling rates, the latest carrot dangled by T-Mobile.
The software giant is considering paying up to $1 billion for certain digital assets of the joint venture, according to internal documents obtained by TechCrunch.