T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) USD0.001
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24 June 2020 10:44
(Sharecast News) - SoftBank raised $14.8bn through the sale of shares in US-listed T-Mobile as it seeks to raise up to $20bn in cash by disposing of its stake in the wireless telecommunications carrier.
16 June 2020 09:46
(Sharecast News) - SoftBank confirmed on Tuesday that it is considering selling part of its stake in T-Mobile.
18 November 2019 14:54
(Sharecast News) - John Legere is set to step down as T-Mobile's CEO in the US next year when current and longtime deputy Mike Sievert will take over the top job.
20 May 2019 14:18
(Sharecast News) - Shares in Sprint Corp surged on Monday after US Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said he would recommend approval of its $26.5bn merger with T-Mobile.
30 April 2018 11:25
(Sharecast News) - Communications titans Sprint and T-Mobile have agreed to unite under a deal valuing the new combined company at $146bn.
3 January 2018 08:40
(ShareCast News) - Stocks have begun the session trading slightly higher, recovering the previous session's losses amid a small bounce in the greenback and ahead of the release of a key report which...
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