"Hearing on The State of Competition in the Wireless Market: Examining the Impact of the Proposed Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint on Consumers, Workers, and the Internet." Also about bribing Trump by buying hotel rooms, betcha.
The Communications Workers of America created a spoof of the latest ad from T-Mobile "No More Mr. Nice Girl," to protest the company's plans to close call centers in the United States and outsource thousands of jobs. The idea that T-Mobile is
Score one for the regulators. AT&T dropped their bid to buy or merge with T-Mobile. In a somewhat petulant press release, they announced it this way: The actions by the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice to block this
In its Labor Day email to supporters, LabourStart sent out the Top 10 labor music videos (such as Pete Seeger's song above) and an action for people to take against T-Mobile: With its workers seeking to join the Communications Workers of
Good News For Consumers: DOJ Files Against ATT, T-Mobile Merger, Plus Class Action Against Comcast Can Proceed
Here's some good news for consumers today: WASHINGTON—The U.S. Justice Department is suing to block AT&T Inc.'s proposed $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA, saying Wednesday that the combination of the second- and fourth-largest U.S.
In June, more than 52,000 ColorOfChange members spoke out against a proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile, arguing that the deal is likely to destroy jobs, raise the price of cellular service, and threaten net neutrality for wireless
This was my first thought when I heard the news: Are the feds really going to let this merger go through? It sounds as though I'm not the only person who had that reaction. But then, I still don't understand how the Comcast/NBC merger went