TMUS - T-Mobile US, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
77.74
+0.80 (+1.04%)
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Previous Close76.94
Open77.54
Bid77.70 x 1000
Ask78.84 x 900
Day's Range76.64 - 77.99
52 Week Range59.96 - 85.22
Volume2,796,529
Avg. Volume2,665,239
Market Cap66.512B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.38
PE Ratio (TTM)19.98
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2013-05-01
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Elizabeth Warren Wants to Spoil the Megamerger Party
    Bloomberg

    Elizabeth Warren Wants to Spoil the Megamerger Party

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- The merger floodgates broke open five years ago, and now U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to close the hatch. Her proposed bill to substantially restrict big corporate tie-ups is more a presidential campaign statement than viable legislation — and it certainly won’t score her any more points with the Wall Street crowd — but she is calling attention to the maniacal pace of dealmaking in corporate America and the need to modernize antitrust laws that have permitted some recent problematic transactions.More than $7 trillion of takeovers of U.S. companies have been announced since this day in 2014 — 52,694 companies to be exact.(1) That compares with just $4.4 trillion of deals in the previous five-year period. The transactions grew over time as balance sheets flush with cash and income statements desperate for growth created a perfect storm, which more often than not was stoked by pliable regulators. The Walt Disney Co. acquired 21st Century Fox Inc.; Charter Communications Inc. bought Time Warner Cable Inc.; CVS Health Corp. took over Aetna Inc.; Marriott International Inc. merged with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc.; and T-Mobile US Inc. is trying to buy Sprint Corp. Those are just some of the more recognizable names. Warren, one of the top-polling candidates heading into the Democratic primaries, wants to ban deals in which one company has annual revenue of more than $40 billion, or both businesses generate more than $15 billion in sales, according to a draft of the bill reviewed by Bloomberg News. (A notable exception would be companies facing insolvency.) That could effectively prevent every top airline, insurer, manufacturer, oil producer, retailer, technology platform and other conglomerates — perhaps even Warren Buffett’s M&A vehicle, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. — from making any acquisitions. It would sound the M&A death knell. The idea, however, is unlikely to gain broad support among lawmakers.Even so, it’s hard not to notice the rising drumbeat of politicians concerned about overreach by corporate giants, particularly those in the tech field. Senator Amy Klobuchar, another Democratic presidential candidate, plans to introduce separate antitrust legislation soon, Bloomberg News reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. (Michael Bloomberg, the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent of Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Opinion, is also campaigning for president.)For the Trump administration’s part, the U.S. Justice Department is already investigating whether tech giants — namely Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc. and Google — are using their unchecked power to engage in harmful business practices. But as I wrote in July, if regulators are so concerned about protecting consumers from tech overreach, their glowing endorsement of T-Mobile’s takeover of Sprint is a funny way of showing it; it will shrink the U.S. wireless market from four to three major carriers and remove a company that’s helped to keep customer prices in check.Antitrust regulation under President Donald Trump has at times created questionable optics. Makan Delrahim, the Justice Department’s top antitrust enforcer, seemed to switch his stance on AT&T Inc.’s takeover of Time Warner Inc. as Trump railed against the deal. Time Warner was the parent of CNN, which Trump views as his personal nemesis. (I’ve argued that whatever the case, scrutiny of the megamerger was warranted considering the broad market power it gave to AT&T as media companies without such scale struggle to compete.) By comparison, Disney and Fox, which was controlled by Trump pal Rupert Murdoch, closed their megadeal with few regulatory hiccups. Warren has criticized other giant deals, such as the merger of SunTrust Banks Inc. and BB&T Corp. and the combination of seed makers Bayer AG and Monsanto Co. Given that they aren’t household names, though, most Americans are unfazed by or unaware of such deals, even though they may feel the effects later. Her bill would direct the government to take into account not just whether a merger will lead to higher prices but also what the impact might be on workers, privacy and industry innovation. To justify the cost of buying another large company, dealmakers tend to come up with ambitious estimates of synergies, a euphemism for layoffs. It’s clear that the meaning of “harm” needs to be expanded in the antitrust sense, and laws need to take a more holistic view of the potential consequences of M&A as the lines between industries continue to blur. The Big Tech factor also needs to be weighed, as some deals are being done in part to respond to companies like Amazon that are spreading their tentacles into new areas. On Wednesday, TV-network operators CBS Corp. and Viacom Inc. completed their own merger, a bid to cut costs and create more scale to compete against a new roster of even more powerful media giants: Amazon, Apple, AT&T and Disney. Even then, ViacomCBS Inc., as the merged entity is now called, may not be big enough, and so it may be only a matter of time before it gets swallowed. Warren’s overly broad proposal likely isn’t the answer. But Democrats do seem ready to at least try to rein in a market that’s gotten out of hand. For dealmakers, this may be last call at the M&A party.(1) Data compiled by Bloomberg as of Thursday morning. Excludes terminated deals.To contact the author of this story: Tara Lachapelle at tlachapelle@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Daniel Niemi at dniemi1@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Tara Lachapelle is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the business of entertainment and telecommunications, as well as broader deals. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Telecom Stock Roundup: T-Mobile's Nationwide 5G, Verizon 5G Edge Computing & More
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    Telecom Stock Roundup: T-Mobile's Nationwide 5G, Verizon 5G Edge Computing & More

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  • A Sprint contractor left thousands of US cell phone bills on the internet by mistake
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  • T-Mobile (TMUS) Activates Nationwide 5G Network Coverage
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    T-Mobile (TMUS) Activates Nationwide 5G Network Coverage

    T-Mobile (TMUS) hits a significant milestone by becoming the first telecom carrier to deploy nationwide 600 MHz 5G coverage across the United States.

  • Here’s when, and where, the other big carriers are deploying 5G in Mass.
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    After Verizon launched its 5G network in Fenway, other major U.S. mobile phone carriers are joining the race to deploy the fifth generation of mobile communications in the Bay State.

  • American City Business Journals

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    It's only the second year median worker pay disclosures have been required, and not all the more than 70 public companies in Washington state have released those figures.

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  • Benzinga

    What The Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Trial Means For Investors

    With a lawsuit filed by states seeking to block the $26.5 billion merger between T-Mobile Us Inc (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint Corp (NYSE: S) set to go to trial Dec. 9, key questions remain for investors. Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst David Barden spelled out in a note to investors what they should look for ahead of the telecomm merger trial. Will A Settlement Be Reached? "The most debated point, based on our conversations with investors, is not the strength of the states’ case against the deal (most agree it is strong), but rather the will of the states to see this through to litigation," Barden wrote in a note.

  • Is T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS) Going To Burn These Hedge Funds ?
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  • T-Mobile (TMUS) Down 4.1% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?
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  • TEST Business Wire Releases

    T-Mobile to Deliver up to 5M Meals for Giving Tuesday by Inviting Everyone to Do Their #GivingOnUs

    This Giving Tuesday, December 3, and throughout the holiday season, T-Mobile is serving up multiple ways for customers, employees and fans to give up to 5 million meals to communities in need. It’s a big goal, and to get there the Un-carrier is continuing its longstanding partnership with Feeding America, the country’s largest hunger-relief organization, as well as activating its T-Mobile Tuesdays app, social media channels and Team Magenta members across the country so everyone has the opportunity to do their GivingOnUs.

  • FCC Bans Subsidies for Huawei, ZTE Kit: Will Others Benefit?
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  • Editor's Briefing: Three big leadership changes with a common theme
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    Editor's Briefing: Three big leadership changes with a common theme

    Changes at the top of Kansas City city government, the Royals and T-Mobile come as the organizations prepare to build on successes.

  • Bloomberg

    T-Mobile Says Small Number of Customers Hit by Data Breach

    (Bloomberg) -- T-Mobile US Inc. said Friday that a hacker gained access to limited information contained in prepaid accounts.The hack, which was discovered in early November, affected less than 1.5% of T-Mobile customers and was quickly shut down by the carrier’s cybersecurity team, according to company statements. No financial data such as credit card information or Social Security numbers were included in the hack, and no passwords were compromised, the company said.The information that was accessed included names, billing addresses, phone numbers and account numbers, according to a notification sent to customers.T-Mobile said it was nearly done notifying customers affected by the breach. The company said it reported the “malicious, unauthorized access” to authorities.To contact the reporter on this story: Andrew Martin in New York at amartin146@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tom Giles at tgiles5@bloomberg.net, Andrew PollackFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Apple's potential plans, T-Mobile's 5G network
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    Apple's potential plans, T-Mobile's 5G network

    In today's top stories, a well-respected analyst says future iPhones will drop the Lightning port and go completely wireless. Meanwhile, CNET tests T-Mobile's next-gen network.

  • T-Mobile's nationwide 5G launches tomorrow. We tested it out (The Daily Charge, 12/5/2019)
    CNET

    T-Mobile's nationwide 5G launches tomorrow. We tested it out (The Daily Charge, 12/5/2019)

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  • T-Mobile's new 5G network is here, we go hands on
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    T-Mobile's new 5G network is here, we go hands on

    We try out T-Mobile's new low-band 5G network and while its step in the right direction, don't expect big jumps from 4G LTE.

  • T-Mobile Releases Its 5G Network
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    T-Mobile Releases Its 5G Network

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  • T-Mobile's 5G is here, but don't expect a huge speed boost
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