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Sprint completes acquisition of Clearwire

Sprint has completed its acquisition of wireless network operator Clearwire Corp. Full story

Sprint Acquires Clearwire After Stockholders Approve Merger

Sprint's merger with Clearwire passed its final test with Clearwire's minority stockholders voting to approve the transaction. Full story

FCC approval paves way for SoftBank, Sprint, Clearwire deals

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Corp on Friday received the final approval it needed from U.S. regulators for its $21.6 billion bid to take control of Sprint Nextel Corp, the No. 3 U.S. wireless provider. Full story

FCC approves Sprint-Clearwire-SoftBank deal: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators on Wednesday collected the final vote to approve the merger of Sprint Nextel Corp <S.N> and SoftBank Corp <9984.T>, sources familiar with the situation said, clearing the last hurdle in the Japanese company's drawn-out battle to take control of the 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

Where Does DISH Go From Here?

After two failed deals, the company will be looking elsewhere to aid in its quest for a wireless network. Full story

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FCC not seeking divestitures in Sprint/Clearwire/SoftBank deal

Dish bows out of battle with Sprint over Clearwire

Dish drops out of Clearwire bidding

Analysis: Sprint should raise Clearwire bid to avoid Dish tension

Sprint sues Dish, Clearwire as key deadline looms

ISS urges Clearwire shareholders to vote against Sprint deal

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Timeline: SoftBank raises Sprint bid, looks to fend off rival Dish offer

Glass Lewis tells investors to hold off on Sprint-SoftBank vote

Sprint slams Dish's latest offer for Clearwire

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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.