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Sprint CEO says merger would increase competition: report

Briefs | 06/25/2014 4:51 pm EDT

Sprint Corp. CEO Dan Hesse was quoted in an article published on the website CNet Wednesday as saying a merger, such as one between his company and T-Mobile US Inc., would increase wireless competition in suburban and rural areas of the United States.

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