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Sprint told Wall Street today that it plans to cut 4,000 jobs and close 125 stores — and Wall Street, despite having been warned, was decidedly unimpressed. Stay tuned for Sprint’s Feb. 28 earnings call to hear more about its WiMax network and Xohm…who knows what […]

Sprint told Wall Street today that it plans to cut 4,000 jobs and close 125 stores — and Wall Street, despite having been warned, was decidedly unimpressed. Stay tuned for Sprint’s Feb. 28 earnings call to hear more about its WiMax network and Xohmwho knows what else?

  1. I’m still bullish on Sprint and WiMax. Ten years down the road everything will ride on a wireless broadband backbone.

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  2. [...] Higginbotham, Thursday, January 24, 2008 at 10:23 AM PT Comments (0) Sprint’s loss has certainly been AT&T’s gain. The San Antonio, Texas-based carrier reported its [...]

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  3. [...] Higginbotham, Thursday, January 24, 2008 at 10:23 AM PT Comments (0) Sprint’s loss has certainly been AT&T’s gain. The San Antonio, Texas-based carrier reported its [...]

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  4. [...] Higginbotham, Thursday, January 24, 2008 at 10:23 AM PT Comments (0) Sprint’s loss has certainly been AT&T’s gain. The San Antonio, Texas-based carrier reported its [...]

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  5. [...] reaching into a coat pocket, the beleaguered wireless carrier probably sees patent litigation as easier than its corporate [...]

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  6. [...] Malik, Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 1:28 PM PT Comments (0) It is still not clear what is going to happen to Xohm, Sprint’s planned WiMAX service. Will it be put on ice or will it become part of a [...]

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