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Thu, Nov 16 2017

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Nov 16 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1400 GMT on Thursday:

T-Mobile US to propose significant share buyback

BARCELONA T-Mobile US will propose a "significant" share buyback that could start in December, CFO Braxton Carter said on Thursday, a sign that the third biggest carrier in the United States is confident in its outlook after the collapse of a merger with Sprint Corp.

UPDATE 1-T-Mobile US to propose significant share buyback

* To roll out national U.S. 5G network by 2020 (Adds context)

T-Mobile US to propose significant share buyback - CFO

BARCELONA, Nov 16 U.S. No.3 carrier T-Mobile US will propose a "significant" share buyback that could start in December, finance chief Braxton Carter said on Thursday, a sign of confidence after the collapse of its merger with Sprint Corp.

T-Mobile to roll out U.S. 5G network by 2020

BARCELONA T-Mobile US, the third-largest U.S. mobile operator, will roll out its fifth-generation network across the United States by 2020, Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray said on Thursday.

T-Mobile to roll out U.S. 5G network by 2020

BARCELONA, Nov 16 T-Mobile US, the third-largest U.S. mobile operator, will roll out its fifth-generation network across the United States by 2020, Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray said on Thursday.

Deutsche Telekom CEO: T-Mobile U.S. can stand alone but open to consolidation

FRANKFURT Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges said its T-Mobile US unit was ideally positioned for an independent future after the failure of merger talks with Sprint Corp , but left the door open to consolidation.

D.Telekom CEO: T-Mobile US can stand alone but open to consolidation

FRANKFURT, Nov 9 Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges said its T-Mobile US unit was ideally positioned for an independent future after the failure of merger talks with Sprint Corp, but left the door open to consolidation.

Deutsche Telekom raises guidance after collapse of U.S. deal

FRANKFURT, Nov 9 Deutsche Telekom reported a gain of 3.3 percent in third-quarter core profits and raised its outlook for 2017 as it tries to move from the collapse of a merger between its T-Mobile US unit and Sprint Corp.

T-Mobile-Sprint merger would not have created value-D.Telekom CEO

FRANKFURT, Nov 7 Deutsche Telekom ended talks on a merger between its T-Mobile US business and Sprint Corp because it would not have created value, CEO Tim Hoettges told staff after the deal collapsed at the weekend.

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