Losing one of the area’s largest employers as a result of the almost-certain merger of Sprint with telecom competitor T-Mobile would have far-reaching impacts for Johnson County and the entire region.
Losing one of the area’s largest employers as a result of the almost-certain merger of Sprint with telecom competitor T-Mobile would have far-reaching impacts for Johnson County and the entire region. Shane Keyser The Star
Losing one of the area’s largest employers as a result of the almost-certain merger of Sprint with telecom competitor T-Mobile would have far-reaching impacts for Johnson County and the entire region. Shane Keyser The Star

Sprint merger with T-Mobile could be an economic tragedy for Kansas City area

September 29, 2017 08:30 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2017 02:27 PM

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