Sprint And MetroPCS About To Announce Merger – Board Of Directors Pulls The Plug


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Somethings going on at Sprint. Apparently, Dan Hesse and co. were about to announce a merger today with Metro PCS to the tune of $8 billion and just hours away from going public, Sprint’s Board of Directors pulled the plug. This doesn’t bode well for CEO Dan Hesse who was essentially vetoed by the board. Could Sprint be up to something else? Lord knows they need all the help they can get. We’ll keep you updated.

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