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Stocks pushed higher today on the heels of better than expected earnings from Citigroup and Softbank's big deal to buy Sprint.
Jim Cramer is keeping his eye on AT&T and Verizon's bonds for a sign on when the stocks can be bought.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Softbank as the Japanese mobile phone company will buy a stake in Sprint Nextel for $20.1 billion.
Softbank's deal to buy 70% of Sprint will give the Japanese company control over much of the U.S. broadcast spectrum.
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Softbank can gain power in the mobile market by buying Sprint. Sprint gets to pay down debt, says Equity Analyst Michael Bowen.
Tech reporter Chris Ciaccia breaks down the news that Japan's Softbank is in talks to buy Sprint Nextel and how the deal stands to affect not just the companies, but consumers.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Softbank as the company is in talks to buy Sprint Nextel.
Contributor Gary Krakow investigates Sprint's new Android 4G smartphone being marketed at a very attractive price.
Sprint just made a seven-day low. Always be careful of chasing the crowd. Case in point: Everyone's favorite speculative long, Sprint Nextel (S), just made a seven-day low.
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Brian Nold, portfolio manager for the RidgeWorth High Income Fund, says high yield will continue to be an attractive sector because defaults will remain low in the next year.
Contributor Gary Krakow says the Moto's new slider for Sprint delivers with a terrific hardware keyboard - and the promise of LTE speeds in the near future.
It's skeptical of a large deal happening. Goldman Sachs is commenting on the weakness in Sprint Nextel (S) now. Goldman has a $3.75 price target on the shares. The brokerage has "a more tempered view of a large deal happening." A "potential deal wit...
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