SoftBank CEO: Sees New Movement, Hopes For More Discussion After Resistance On T-Mobile
SoftBank Corp CEO Masayoshi Son, who has met resistance from U.S. regulators to a possible acquisition of wireless carrier T-Mobile, on Tuesday said there had been new movement in the past few months and expressed hope for more discussion. SoftBank, which aims to become the world’s largest mobile Internet company, has been eager to combine Sprint with No.4 T-Mobile US, arguing that together they would give dominant players AT&T Inc and Verizon more of a run for their money.
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