Tag Archives: T-mobile

Financial Daily Dose 5.19.2020 | Top Story: US Markets Surge on Hopes for Covid-19 Vaccine

BY: Michael D. Reif | May 19, 2020

Optimism over promising results for a coronavirus vaccine from Moderna helped drive stocks up on Monday after a rough go of it last week – WSJ and NYTimes and Bloomberg and MarketWatch Inside sources suggest that the DOJ is preparing to file “antitrust charges against Google as early as this summer . . . in … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 3.2.2020 | Top Story: Activist Elliott Mgmt Amasses Stake in Twitter and Takes Aim at CEO Jack Dorsey

BY: Michael D. Reif | March 2, 2020

Paul Singer and the Elliott Mgmt crew have a new target in their sights: Twitter’s founder and CEO, Jack Dorsey. Singer’s Elliott fund has amassed a “significant stake” in the company—perhaps as much as a billion—and is looking to throw its weight around, perhaps even starting at the top – NYTimes and Bloomberg and WSJ … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 2.24.2020 | Top Story: Wells Fargo to Pay $3 Billion to Resolve DOJ and SEC Investigations

BY: Juvian Hernandez | February 24, 2020

Wells Fargo & Co. agreed to pay a total of $3 billion to resolve criminal and civil investigations by the DOJ and SEC. Wells Fargo admitted “that it took millions in wrongful fees and interest, misused customer information and damaged customer credit ratings” in pursuit of sales growth. – Law360 U.S. equity futures slip as coronavirus … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 2.21.2020 | Top Story: Morgan Stanley Pays $13 Billion to Acquire E-Trade

BY: Michael D. Reif | February 21, 2020

Morgan Stanley shook the financial world yesterday with the announcement that it’s planning to drop $13 billion on a deal to purchase online discount brokerage E-Trade—the “biggest takeover by a major American lender since the 2008 global financial crisis” – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg Wells Fargo is expected to pay as much as $3 … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 2.13.2020 | Top Story: Britain Investigates Ties Between Jeffrey Epstein and Barclays CEO Staley

BY: Michael D. Reif | February 13, 2020

UK regulators are probing ties between disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and Barclays CEO Jes Staley. The bank’s board is so far standing 100% with Staley, who has expressed “regret” over his relationship with Epstein – Bloomberg and NYTimes and WSJ Meanwhile, in an effort to push Facebook and other social media giants toward self-policing, a … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 2.11.2020 | Top Story: DOJ Indicts Four from Chinese Army Over 2017 Equifax Cyberattack

BY: Michael D. Reif | February 11, 2020

The DOJ has announced charges against four members of China’s military related to the 2017 cyberattack on credit-reporting agency Equifax, the breach that revealed “trade secrets and the personal data of about 145 million Americans.”  The indictment places the Equifax episode in a broader scheme by the Chinese army and intelligence services to steal data … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 12.09.2019 | Top Story: States Begin Trial Today Challenging T-Mobile/Sprint Merger on Antitrust Grounds

BY: Juvian Hernandez | December 9, 2019

Thirteen states and the District of Columbia are suing to block the $26 billion plan to merge T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. The trial is slated to begin today with state officials arguing the deal would create “a more staid market with prices higher than they would otherwise be . . . .” – … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 11.19.2019 | Top Story: T-Mobile Chief John Legere to Leave Company in April

BY: Michael D. Reif | November 19, 2019

T-Mobile chief and fan-of-magenta John Legere has announced that he’ll be stepping down in April at the end of his current contract. Legere will be succeeded by Mike Sievert, the carrier’s current president and COO – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg and MarketWatch and Mashable Troubled by scrutiny from high-profile US lawmakers and regulators, social … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 11.12.2019 | Top Story: WeWork in Talks with T-Mobile’s John Legere for CEO Job

BY: Michael D. Reif | November 12, 2019

WeWork is reportedly looking to swap out co-founder Adam Neumann for a similarly long-tressed and eccentric figure, T-Mobile’s John Legere. Legere is currently quite occupied with his company’s merger with Sprint, and his interest in the job is unclear  – WSJ and NYTimes and Bloomberg The Journal’s breaking news of a secretive Google effort—dubbed Project … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 11.06.2019 | Top Story: Walgreens Boots Working With PE Firms to Go Private

BY: Michael D. Reif | November 6, 2019

Bloomberg is reporting that Walgreens Boots is weighing a potential deal “to take the company private in what could become the largest leveraged buyout in history.” PE firms like KKR are apparently in the mix to assist in the funding – Bloomberg and MarketWatch Meanwhile, Xerox is mulling over a “cash-stock offer for the $27 … Continue reading