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MetroPCS shareholders file lawsuit to block Tmobile merger


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Wow what a turn of events. Looks like MetroPCS shareholders are not happy with the reverse IPO merger of the two companies. I'll be interested to see how this unfolds.

 

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57532960-94/metropcs-shareholders-sue-over-t-mobile-merger/

 

http://www.phonenews.com/metropcs-shareholders-file-suit-over-t-mobile-reverse-merger-21608/

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Funny this comes up right after the Sprint-Softbank deal. Sprint got the bigger Sugar Daddy? ..and somebody's jealous? ;)

 

It's very possible that this is what is happening, lol.

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Practically every time a merger happens there are "shareholder" lawsuits that get filed. It's always people who claim that the company was sold for less than it was worth or that management didn't consider other better offers. And as in most other lawsuits it's just about some lawyers to trying to score some easy bucks through a settlement offer with the companies involved.

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Funny this comes up right after the Sprint-Softbank deal. Sprint got the bigger Sugar Daddy? ..and somebody's jealous? ;)

 

bigger is "relative" when you see dan and son next to each other

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