Even though AT&T said earlier this week that it had no immediate plans to acquire UK-based Vodafone, the US carrier may consider a takeover of the company later this year, according to a report.
The comment comes as rumors suggest his subsidiary Sprint is eyeing a possible T-Mobile buyout.
Recent rumors suggested that AT&T might attempt to buyout Vodafone, but that's not the case, the company tells a UK regulator.
Striking employees in China say they were forced to sign new and weaker contracts because of the Microsoft purchase.
Despite looking to get in on the 4G action in Europe, US network AT&T won't buy Vodafone -- at least not in the next six months.
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The BlackBerry maker would seem to be an attractive acquisition target. Unfortunately, a takeover is unlikely, leading one analyst to maintain his negative view on the company.