You will see.... Company is in deep
Folks ! Examine the "Cash Flow" statement. non-cash chargesespecially "depreciation" ($6 + billion) more than cover operating losses. EBITDA is the true measure of thefinancial condition.
You are 100 percent correct. Sprint is sucking up more money every day for 10 years. It now has a problem the more phones they sell the more in debt Sprint gets. This company is headed to BK court and will re IPO pennies on the dollar.
Are you trying to prove how stupid you are.
I don't think he is trying. Pretty obvious isn't it.