The merger of T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS is a done deal (CTDaily, 04/24/13), and the combined companies, now called T-Mobile US Inc., are trading on the New York Stock Exchange as TMUS. T-Mobile and MetroPCS will continue to operate as separate brands. MetroPCS launched a 1:2 reverse stock split, made a cash payment of $1.5 billion to its stockholders (approximately $4.05 per share prior to the reverse stock split) and acquired all of T-Mobile’s capital stock from Deutsche Telekom in exchange for approximately 74 percent of MetroPCS’ common stock on a pro forma basis.

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Roku Unveils Upcoming Streaming Lineup

Roku announced two additions to its streaming product lineup Monday as well as a new version of its operating system. The redesigned Roku Ultra ($99.99) is designed for avid streamers and now boasts a 50%

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