Prusch's job is to deliver CLWR in an unmarked brown bag to Sprint. Whether or not he is able to do so still remains to be seen -- or at least at what price. That is why the stock price is not currently $2.97. Sprint supporters say that CLWR's peculiar governance gave Sprint the right not to act in the best interests of CLWR shareholders. S obviously did its best to destroy the CLWR share price conspiring to ram it down to as low as .87 last summer. Now we're supposed to fall all over ourselves because the offer is $2.97. Crest doesn't like it, Mt. Kellett doesn't like, and I am with them. IMHO a third bidder will emerge, and then there's going to be a whole lot of scrambling.
I was thinking Netflix would be a good partner with dish and even add Direct to the picture and why merge they can collaborate with each other and put the cable guys out of business. Tell me this isn't genius?