iPCS Shareholders Prepping to Fight Sprint Acquisition
A law firm has launched an investigation on behalf of iPCS shareholders to determine whether or not iPCS's management fulfiulled their fiduciary duty to obtain the best price possible for iPCS. Sprint Nextel announced its intent to acquire iPCS for $831 million ($24 per share).
I can't wait for iPCS to be gone
This was when I figured out the iPCS thing. It took over a month to get a local phone number from iPCS because telesales could not give me a local number because that would be competing with iPCS, which didn't offer the phone I wanted in their stores.
To All Who Those Folks Who Have Taken Up for iPCS in The Past...
Do you realize what the fighting for?
So, I sell you something. Then I get a lawyer to look into the whole thing and see if I could have got more? Wtf?
Would a judge actually grant them more money? I mean, seriously. 1 person makes a offer, 1 person accepts or declines. If 1 person accepts, how is it possibly to go back and re-do the deal?
You know what I thought of when I read this?
You go to school one day and someone in your lunch room has a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You offer a trade to them, your grilled cheese for their peanut butter and jelly. The next day, the kids mom comes in to school to speak to the principle about the trade b...
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By Johhny on the Go
Today the president of iPCS, Snively Whiplash, announced his intention to sue Sprint over their attempt to buyout his company.
"This is completely unfair," said Whiplash as he tied a ...
That's all I have to say, thank you for your time