Sept 5 (Reuters) - Dish Network Corp's chairman, Charlie Ergen , recently contacted Deutsche Telekom AG to express interest in acquiring the German company's unit, T-Mobile US Inc, Bloomberg reported,...
Dish ( DISH +0.9% ) CEO Charlie Ergen contacted Deutsche Telekom ( OTCQX:DTEGY ) to let the carrier know he's interested in a deal to buy T-Mobile USA ( TMUS
industry is experiencing. Chairman Charlie Ergen , his wife, Cantey Ergen, and executive ..... supervoting share classes, though Charlie Ergen is clearly in control of the firm with ..... Dish's bid for LightSquared assets. Charlie Ergen serves as EchoStar's chairman, though
overshadow its current operations, especially in light of Sprint's decision to drop its bid for T-Mobile. Chairman Charlie Ergen again used the firm's earnings call to talk up the value of Dish's spectrum holdings, saying he believes the firm can
1% ) is also viewed as a potential T-Mobile suitor. Dish is still trying to find a use for its spectrum assets, and Charlie Ergen has repeatedly suggested he's open to a T-Mobile merger. But there are doubts about Dish's ability to pull off a deal
Dish Networks ( DISH +1.9% ) CEO Charlie Ergen concedes during the firm's earnings call that the pay-TV business appears to be in a secular decline. Over-the-top offerings
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, Aug 6 (Reuters) - Dish Network Corp Chairman Charlie Ergen said Sprint Corp's decision to drop its pursuit of rival telecommunications provider T-Mobile US Inc likely increases...
June 27 (Reuters) - LightSquared LP : * Reaches restructuring supported by all creditors except charles ergen 's
triggering fears in the industry that the two behemoths could throw their weight around. In February, Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said the Comcast-TWC merger represented a “seismic” shift in the media market. “There is nothing that I can see
NEW YORK May 8 (Reuters) - A U.S. bankruptcy judge ordered LightSquared and its chief creditor, satellite owner Charles Ergen , to discuss a settlement after she refused to approve the wireless...