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wildly customers to sprint is controlled by soft Bank of Japan. And T-Mobile is controlled. By its German parent Deutsche Telekom and you know there are concerns. By governments not just in the US but around the world. That plowing my represented
Full Show 2 - 22 - 16
Full Show 2 - 22 - 16 by The Financial Exchange
Kurt. Call a truce. With their partners slash competitors. Intel Nokia and Deutsche Telekom and try to come up with some uniformity in these platforms. Well and it seems like. To me at least. This is
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3-13-15 Full Show
3-13-15 Full Show by The Financial Exchange
What's Up On Wall Street - Dom Chu, Bloomberg
Bloomberg's Dom Chu tells us What's Up On Wall Street.
money. Included entertain -- -- -- did echoed two. Did Deutsche the Deutsche Telekom . What -- will Deutsche Telekom owned T-Mobile for the Nextel Cup with T-Mobile T-Mobile USA is this stuff that they were trying to collapse the US mobile
What's Up on Wall Street - Adam Johnson, Bloomberg TV
Adam Johnson from Bloomberg TV tells us What's Up on Wall Street! Adam also shares with us whether he thinks anyone will bail out Portugal.
she wants to know she feels like she missed out on the Deutsche Telekom deal. And she wants to know if she can make money buying sprint stock in anticipation of them being acquired by Verizon
What's Up On Wall Street - Suzanne O'Halloran, Bloomberg
Suzanne O'Halloran from Bloomberg TV tells us What's Up On Wall Street. Suzanne tells us more on the AT&T deal and energy consumption.
personally. So I was very happy yesterday when AT&T announced they're buying Deutsche Telekom I think it's good for AT&T. My question -- you Suzanne is how does it impact the consumer how does it impact
expert shares at five bucks -- -- Look. Potentially how much to Deutsche Telekom bought by I saw yesterday is up about 13% CIA actually I think it rose the most since 2000 need to get
What's Up On Wall Street - Suzanne O'Halloran , Bloomberg Television
Suzanne O'Halloran from Bloomberg Television tells us What's Up on Wall Street. Suzanne informs us on McDonald's underperforming numbers released today
like that we also have a lot of potential speculation. Sprint. And Deutsche Telekom aren't -- cents floating around today. So it's a deal at a stamina and an activity is definitely taking out premiums are