DragonWave lost about C$65 million ($62.5 million) in market capitalization as its stock sank to C$6.37 in Toronto and $6.13 on Nasdaq on concern that orders from U.S. carrier Clearwire Corp CLWR.O, its biggest customer, …
Yet Clearwire (CLWR) needs to strike a deal to combine resources with Sprint ... Until such a deal is announced, analysts say Clearwire stock is likely to lag. The four-year-old company, formed in 2003, has never made any …
Yesterday, the satellite TV company Dish made an offer to buy a sizable chunk in Clearwire stock as well as 24 percent ownership ... with its rivals instead of strengthening its own network. CLWR data by YCharts
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Clearwire said it plans to list on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol CLWR. The company has lost money every year since it started. The net loss in the first nine months of this year expanded to $191.8 million …
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In case you hadn’t noticed, Sprint’s (NYSE: S) stock is having a rough week ... network – rather than acquire its primary network provider, Clearwire (Nasdaq: CLWR), as originally planned – would cost a whopping $10 …
CLWR) accepted its bid to buy the remaining 50-percent stake in the company it does not already own for $2.97 per share—an increase over its original Dec. 13 offer of $2.90 a share. The $2.2 billion price is 128 percent …
The transaction by itself was a positive one for Clearwire (NSDQ: CLWR). By merging its operations with ... to differentiate itself to consumers in a deepening recession. The company's stock is currently trading at around …
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