For the first time, Sprint Corp. CEO Michel Combes has publicly expressed concern about the financial viability of the wireless carrier if its proposed merger with T-Mobile falls through.
Combes pitched the Overland Park, Kansas-based company’s proposed union with T-Mobile to the Federal Communications Commission on March 14, according to an ex parte filing.
Combes met with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai first — and then separately with the four other commissioners — to discuss “the competitive and…
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