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LightSquared to proceed to trial over Ergen trades

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bankrupt wireless communications firm Lightsquared Inc plans to go to trial with its lenders over whether Dish Network <DISH.O> chairman Charles Ergen's acquisition of big chunks of its loan debt violated an agreement pertaining to how LightSquared can restructure. Full story

Always a Bridesmaid, Never the Bride: Where Will DISH Turn Now?

DISH Network gave up on two high-stakes wireless options, leaving both to be gobbled up by a Japanese network. Where will Dish set its wireless sights next? Full story

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Where Does DISH Go From Here?

Clearwire to favor Dish bid over Sprint, postpone vote: sources

ISS recommends vote for SoftBank's Sprint bid

SoftBank to meet Sprint investors, many eye higher bid

Intel CEO backs SoftBank's bid for Sprint over Dish's offer

Sprint forms committee, hires advisers to review Dish bid

Ergen puts chips on Sprint in latest wireless bet

Tech upstarts threaten TV broadcast model

Dish Network takes ESPN to trial over licensing deal

Dish's Charlie Ergen on wireless dreams, ad skipping, à la carte programming and more

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  Sprint Wins Clearwire War

Dish Network pulls its bid for Clearwire, which means Sprint wins the bidding war, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

  Cramer's Mad Dash: DISH's Last Shot?

Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping his eye on DISH Network.

  Grubman Raises Red Flag on DISH-Sprint Deal

Former telecom analyst Jack Grubman, Magee Group founder, says the "math" don't seem to add up in the pending deal between DISH Network and Sprint Nextel.

  Cramer's Mad Dash: Won't Bet on Sprint

Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on Sprint and the DISH Network.

  Cramer: Commodities Pullback Good For Stocks

The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on today's top business headlines, including the sell-off in commodities; and Dish Network's informal bid for Sprint Nextel.

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