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LightSquared Files For Chapter 11

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Wireless Internet provider LightSquared has filed for Chapter 11 protection.LightSquared, the ambitious 4G wireless venture recently poised to bring lightning-fast Internet to the masses, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier today. Government tests found that LightSquared's signals interfered with GPS reception, a setback LightSquared was never able to recover...
LightSquared Files For Chapter 11

Ergen Bids for LightSquared Spectrum

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Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen bid $2 billion for certain spectrum from LightSquared, the wireless venture spearheaded by financier Philip Falcone that is navigating bankruptcy proceedings....
Ergen Bids for LightSquared Spectrum

Showdown Looms Over LightSquared Wireless Venture

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A hedge fund with ties to satellite mogul Charlie Ergen is headed for a bankruptcy-court showdown with Wall Street financier Philip Falcone over the fate of his LightSquared Inc. wireless venture, opening up yet another front in the battle for ownership of the airwaves needed to launch future mobile networks....
Showdown Looms Over LightSquared Wireless Venture

At this point, Verizon and Vodafone could either break up or get married

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Verizon Communications is said to be in discussions with the Vodafone Group over their relationship. According to Bloomberg, sources say the two telecommunications companies are exploring options that include either ending their wireless venture or a full merger. The partnership between these two companies is an important one because they...
At this point, Verizon and Vodafone could either break up or get married

LightSquared's deal with Sprint further falters

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After giving LightSquared a mid-March ultimatum to get FCC approval, Sprint now says it may have to return $65 million to the wireless venture. [Read more]...
LightSquared's deal with Sprint further falters

LightSquared Showdown Looms

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A hedge fund with ties to satellite mogul Charlie Ergen is headed for a bankruptcy-court showdown with financier Philip Falcone over his LightSquared wireless venture, opening another front in the battle for airwaves for mobile networks....
LightSquared Showdown Looms

Wireless venture LightSquared files for bankruptcy

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The bankruptcy marks an end to an ambitious attempt to create an upstart provider of 4G LTE wireless services. [Read more]...
Wireless venture LightSquared files for bankruptcy

LightSquared CEO Resigns

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LightSquared's CEO and an executive vice president stepped down in the wake of a regulatory setback that has forced the wireless venture to rethink its multibillion-dollar strategy to roll out a new fourth-generation network....
LightSquared CEO Resigns
Verizon reportedly preparing $100 billion offer to buy wireless unit from Vodafone

Ergen Bids $2 Billion for LightSquared Spectrum

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Satellite mogul Charlie Ergen bid $2 billion for certain spectrum from LightSquared Inc., the wireless venture spearheaded by financier Philip Falcone that is currently navigating bankruptcy proceedings, said people familiar with the offer. Mr. Ergen, the chairman of satellite-TV operator Dish Network Corp., made the offer to LightSquared on Wednesday,...
Ergen Bids $2 Billion for LightSquared Spectrum

Dish said to bid $2B for Lightsquared spectrum

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Dish's future networking portfolio could grow quite quickly based on a new report that the satellite TV provider is going after the bankrupt wireless venture's spectrum. [Read more]...
Dish said to bid $2B for Lightsquared spectrum

Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared

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Sprint said it would have to return $65 million to Philip Falcone's LightSquared if the hedge-fund manager's wireless venture fails to get final FCC approval by a mid-March deadline....
Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared

Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared

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Sprint Nextel Corp. said it would have to return $65 million to Philip Falcone’s LightSquared if the hedge-fund manager’s wireless venture fails to get final Federal Communications Commission approval by a mid-March deadline between the two companies. LightSquared made the payments to Sprint last year as part of the companies’...
Sprint May Have to Return $65 Million to LightSquared
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