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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 64.140.547 von teecee1 am 23.06.20 11:31:42
... 😴 ... WIR werden euch 100 Jahre ver💩 ...


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18.11.2016, 09:25 Uhr
20 Jahre Telekom-Börsengang Eine Aktie fürs Volk ... 🥂 ... VerArsche ... Arsch von ... 💣 ...



https://www.tagesspiegel.de/wirtschaft/20-jahre-telekom-boer…


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Gerichtsurteil straft T-Aktionäre ab - zu Recht
Veröffentlicht am 16.05.2012 | Lesedauer: 2 Minuten

Von Karsten Seibel




https://www.welt.de/debatte/kommentare/article106325290/Geri…

https://www.mainpost.de/ueberregional/wirtschaft/mainpostwir…

https://www.google.com/search?q=t-aktie&client=firefox-b-d&s…

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3/9 T-Online

https://www.wiwo.de/finanzen/boerse/boerse-die-aktien-der-al…

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Ex-Sprint CEO takes on 5M T-Mobile shares as SoftBank shrinks stake

by Bevin Fletcher | Jun 23, 2020 12:20pm

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SoftBank owns 304.6 million shares of T-Mobile US stock, and is selling up to about 198 million or about 65% of its shares through T-Mobile as an intermediary, or middleman of sorts. According to T-Mobile, that includes about 133.5 million shares to the general investing public, with an additional 10 million shares offered to underwriters of the public offering; 19.75 million shares offered to existing shareholders, as well as 5 million sold to Marcelo Claure. Claure, the former chief executive of Sprint and current CEO of SoftBank Group International who is also a director on T-Mobile's board, is funding the purchase with a loan from Softbank, according to an 8-K filing by T-Mobile. Claure’s involvement is something New Street analysts said they were comforted by, albeit slightly. Around 30 million T-Mobile shares will be sold to a trust in a private offering.


DT, which currently holds about a 43% stake in T-Mobile, is not purchasing any stock today. New Street had expected DT would buy at least 7% to bring its equity above 50%, with the remaining sold to the public.

Instead, DT has two options to purchase 101.5 million shares, which would increase its stake to 51.8%, giving it control of T-Mobile. Both options expire in four years on June 22, 2024.

Once the T-Mobile stock is sold to the public and if DT exercises its options, SoftBank will be left with 4.8 million shares.


“We would have preferred to see DT take on risk, but the fact that they aren’t doesn’t materially impact our thesis,” wrote the New Street team led by Jonathan Chaplin. The move is understandable, they said, as one of the call options allows DT to secure the current price for 44.9 million T-Mobile shares without having to dole out any cash today.

“This gives [DT] the ability to acquire the stake when T-Mobile has lowered leverage, reducing DT’s consolidated leverage,” wrote New Street.

Another aspect different from expectation is the size of the public offering, which the team said is a consequence of DT getting the free call option for allowing Softbank to sell shares early.

T-Mobile is getting paid $300 million to facilitate and market the public offering, and Softbank is paying any related fees and expenses. With SoftBank’s sale through the public offering, more of T-Mobile’s stock will be available to the general investing public, making it more stable. The number of shares of T-Mobile common stock isn’t increasing, so the value isn’t diluted.

RELATED: Braxton Carter retires as T-Mobile’s CFO

In regards to the multi-pronged approach to reduce SoftBank’s 24.7% equity position, Raymond James analysts wrote Monday, “With prongs 1-3 involving ~$20B of capital on top of the $4B of senior secured debt raised last week, it has been a very busy ending to an illustrative career for CFO Braxton Carter.” ...

https://www.fiercewireless.com/financial/ex-sprint-ceo-takes…


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Softbank-Deal
Telekom erhält Option auf Aktienmehrheit an T-Mobile


23. Juni 2020, 15:52 Uhr | dpa

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Die Vereinbarung sieht vor, dass Softbank - einer der weltweit größten Tech-Investoren - bis zu 198 Millionen Aktien von T-Mobile im Wert von rund 21 Milliarden Dollar (18,7 Mrd Euro) verkaufen darf. Die Telekom erhält Kaufoptionen für 101 Millionen, die bis Juni 2024 gezogen werden können. Bei vollständiger Ausübung würde der Anteil der Bonner an T-Mobile US auf die genannten über 50 Prozent steigen. Man arbeite sehr vertrauensvoll mit den Japanern zusammen, hatte Telekom-Chef Tim Höttges erst vor wenigen Tagen bei der Hauptversammlung des Konzerns in Bonn betont.

https://www.crn.de/telekommunikation/telekom-erhaelt-option-…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 64.151.212 von teecee1 am 23.06.20 22:14:3824.06.2020
Softbank steigt bei T-Mobile aus

Ein verführerischer Deal

Ein Kommentar von Philipp Alvares de Souza Soares

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Der Clou: Fast die Hälfte der Optionen
(knapp 45 Millionen) sichern dem Konzern den Aktienpreis von heute, also 103 US-Dollar. Sollte der Kurs steigen - wovon die meisten Experten ausgehen - freut sich die Telekom also über einen fetten Rabatt, wenn sie die Optionen etwa erst in zwei Jahren zieht. ... 📉 📈 ...


Der Zeitpuffer ist auch deshalb wichtig, weil der ehemalige Staatskonzern sich hoch verschuldet hat, um die Fusion mit Sprint zu stemmen. Derzeit könnte sich Höttges den Aktienzukauf kaum leisten. Jedenfalls nicht ohne Bundesregierung und Arbeitnehmer gegen sich aufzubringen. Die beäugten die Großfusion in den USA ohnehin kritisch und wollen mit den Milliarden lieber Funkmasten in Deutschland aufstellen. Der neue Deutschland-Vorstand Srini Gopalan (50) muss bis 2030 zudem jeden Haushalt mit Glasfaser versorgen. Vor 2022 ist mit einer substantiellen Aufstockung nicht zu rechnen.

So spiegelt der Deal gleichzeitig die Tragik der verkorksten Struktur, ...

https://www.manager-magazin.de/unternehmen/artikel/softbank-…


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T-Mobile Wants Out of Pledge to Create 1,000 California Jobs

Scott Moritz, Bloomberg News

(Bloomberg) -- Two and a half months into the life of the “new” T-Mobile US Inc., the self-proclaimed maverick mobile-phone carrier is already asking to roll back commitments it made in exchange for approval to buy its smaller rival Sprint Corp.

T-Mobile -- now the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier because of the April 1 merger -- is asking California’s Public Utilities Commission for a waiver of job mandates and ...

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/t-mobile-wants-out-of-pledge-to-…


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T-Mobile asks California to soften 5G, job conditions for Sprint merger (updated)

• It partly blames the pandemic for the move.

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
18h ago


T-Mobile is hoping to ease some of the conditions it agreed to for its merger with Sprint. The carrier has asked California’s Public Utilities Commission to roll back three main requirements. It wants the CPUC to delay 5G coverage and speed targets for 2024 by two years, to use FCC testing for commitments instead of a new system and to eliminate a requirement that it adds 1,000 full-time jobs. Not surprisingly, it pins the requested job changes on the COVID-19 pandemic — it may have “long-term effects” on companies like T-Mobile, according to the carrier’s request.

It added that the coverage and speed goals were “out of sync” with each other and weren’t “feasible,” such as tripling speeds from 100Mbps in 2023 to 300Mbps a year later. For testing, T-Mobile maintained that it was already subject to two independent tests and that a third would be “burdensome.”

We’ve asked T-Mobile for comment. However, ...

https://www.engadget.com/t-mobile-asks-california-to-ease-sp…

https://www.cnet.com/news/t-mobile-asks-for-a-break-on-its-p…


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T-Mobile asks CPUC to roll back jobs, 5G requirements

by Monica Alleven | Jun 24, 2020 11:47am

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CWA: T-Mobile ‘backpedaling’

The Communications Workers of America (CWA) union said T-Mobile has already begun backpedaling from its commitments.

"Last week T-Mobile Chief Executive Mike Sievert was telling the public that the job cuts the company was making were just part of the transition process and that T-Mobile would create 5,000 new positions in retail and engineering in the next year," said CWA President Chris Shelton in a statement Tuesday. "Today, we find out that behind the scenes the company is telling California regulators that it can’t meet the requirement to create 1,000 jobs in the next three years. It turns out that the new T-Mobile is a lot like the old T-Mobile – all talk, no action."

While T-Mobile and Sprint executives repeatedly said before the transaction closed that the merger would result in more jobs, not fewer, the CWA in a 2018 filing with the FCC estimated that the merger was likely to eliminate 30,000 jobs, with authorized retailers and prepaid stores being hit the hardest.

“Sadly, these predictions on job loss have begun to come true,” CWA stated. “In April, reports surfaced that T-Mobile planned to close 1,500-2,000 Metro by T-Mobile stores and last week the company revealed that it has already cut 241 positions at the former Sprint headquarters in Kansas.” ...

https://www.fiercewireless.com/operators/t-mobile-asks-cpuc-…


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Dish to raise $1B for 'general corporate purposes'

by Linda Hardesty | Jun 24, 2020 1:09pm

Dish Network said today that it is offering about $1 billion of its senior notes to institutional investors. It said the net proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes.

In addition to buying Boost Mobile, Dish needs to raise money to build its greenfield 5G wireless network. Dish is paying $1.4 billion for Boost. That deal is set to close on July 1, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

“We view the debt raise as a positive catalyst as it shores up liquidity,” writes New Street Research analyst Jonathan Chaplin in a note today. “Our assumption is that these are the notes guaranteed by SoftBank for the Boost acquisition. If so, they should come at a low cost.”

As part of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger arrangement, ...

https://www.fiercewireless.com/operators/dish-to-raise-1b-fo…


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The Coming 5G Boom Is Not Fully Priced in These 3 Stocks
TipRanks • une 24, 2020

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For investors, the key here will be finding companies that are primed to gain as 5G expands. It’s tempting to invest directly in the service providers; AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile/Sprint, the three largest wireless providers, are all heavily invested in 5G networks. But they face certain headwinds that make them less than ideal as 5G investments – for the present. They are absorbing the costs of the new networks, but without bringing in the new service fees to cover those costs. From a consumer perspective, the new service is more expensive, but hasn’t surpassed existing 4G in convenience – yet. ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/coming-5g-boom-not-fully-2329…
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