In a statement released today, Sprint thanked departing FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski for his service and for blocking AT&T's 2011 bid for T-Mobile.
T.A. McCann, former CEO of start-up Gist and current RIM executive, says he is bringing the same kind of culture to the embattled BlackBerry maker.
The government's attorney says the trial could be delayed, since AT&T withdrew its application for merger approval from the FCC.
After vocally opposing the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger for the past nine months, Sprint reacts positively to the news that AT&T is abandoning its acquisition bid.
Congressional compromise to extend the payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits also includes authorization funding for a public safety wireless network.
Seven state attorneys general have joined the U.S. Department of Justice in its opposition to AT&T's efforts to acquire T-Mobile USA.
In its lawsuit, the federal government says the deal would hurt competition and reduce innovation in the wireless industry.
The Department of Justice has filed suit against the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger, but that doesn't mean that the deal is dead. CNET explains why.
In motions to dismiss the complaints brought up by Sprint Nextel and Cellular South, AT&T says the companies are attempting to use the court to improve their own strategic interests.
In an official filing before the Federal Communications Commission, Sprint claims that the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile has "no public interest."