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Sprint gets bank advice on buying T-Mobile: WSJ

Briefs | 01/17/2014 5:03 pm EST

Sprint Corp. has received advice from at least two different banks on how to finance a buyout of T-Mobile US Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, quoting two anonymous sources.

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