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Sprint Corporation reports first quarter earnings on April 29th. I think the company will report flat revenue with a slight improvement in profitability.
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As the country recognizes National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Sprint is reminding wireless consumers to focus on driving while behind the wheel, to not text or email while driving, and to encourage others to promote driver safety in their local communities.
Wireless industry makes anti-theft commitment on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/money/2014/04/15/wireless-industry-makes-anti-theft-commitment/7759871/ CTIA-The Wireless Association announced that under a "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment," the companies including Apple Inc., Samsung Electronics Co., Verizon Wireless, AT&T ... (more)
As part of its strategy to increase its presence in as many Web-enabled mobile devices as possible, Google has agreed to collaborate with Sprint Nextel to offer a range of Internet services to users of the U.S. operator's planned new WiMax network.
Johnson County prosecutors on Tuesday filed two types of murder charges against a 73-year-old avowed racist and anti-Semite for the shootings deaths of three people outside Jewish facilities in Overland Park.
Sprint announced today that it will award three grants to Dallas/Fort Worth nonprofit organizations this year, totaling $50,000.
Nine years ago, Martin Varsavsky unveiled what sounded like a barmy idea - getting people to plug in a piece of kit to their home router and share their wi-fi with anyone who happened to be passing by.
At a press conference four hours after three people were killed in shootings at two Jewish facilities near Kansas City, Mo., authorities cautiously noted that they did not yet know the motive.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is proposing to limit the amount of airwaves any single company can purchase at the largest U.S. spectrum auction since 2008, a person briefed on the plan said.
The National Labor Relations Board , an independent federal agency that seeks to protect employees' rights, has consolidated cases filed against T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS Communications, in complaints that allege the mobile-phone giant has unlawfully discharged workers who engaged in union practices and issued rules for employees that are overbroad ... (more)
Through her visionary leadership and over seven years of experience managing various automotive accounts for Sprint, Watkins is being recognized for her outstanding and strategic contributions to the connected car industry.