RadioShack and Target Break Up
RadioShack today announced that it has disolved its business relationship with Target. RadioShack has helped Target manage its post-paid mobile business in more than 1,500 stores for years. The two companies have been renegotiating their contract since October 2012, but have been unable to agree to new terms that both firms find satisfactory. The split, which RadioShack calls "amicable," will take place April 8, 2013. This only affects Target's post-paid business, and not its prepaid and mobile accessory businesses.
Facebook to Let Businesses and Organizations Post In Community Help
Feb 15, 2018
Facebook wants to make it easier for people to find and receive help during crisis and other events. The social network today said it will allow organizations and businesses post in the Community Help section so they may offer information and/or assistance to those impacted by adverse events.
Sprint Brings Back Two-Year Contracts - With A Catch
Feb 26, 2016
Sprint has reversed its position on contracts and starting today began offering them again as an option to customers purchasing new equipment. Sprint customers can pay full price for phones, lease them, break payments up over time, or sign a two-year contract to purchase phones at subsidized prices.
Opera to Sell Browser Business to Chinese Firms for $600M
Jul 18, 2016
Opera Software today scrapped plans to sell its entire business to a consortium of Chinese companies and will instead sell to them its consumer browser business. The original deal, valued at $1.2 billion, would have seen a handful of China-based investment firms take over all of Opera's businesses.
Boost and Virgin Mobile Score Kyocera Hydro Reach
Apr 13, 2016
Sprint's prepaid brands, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, plan to sell three low-cost smartphones in the weeks ahead, including the Kyocera Hydro Reach. The Reach (pictured) is an update to the Hydro Edge.
Imagination to Divest Biz Units In Wake of Losing iPhone Contract
May 5, 2017
Imagination Technologies said it plans to sell two of its business units and strengthen its balance sheet before its years-old partnership with Apple expires. Earlier this year Apple told Imagination Technologies that it will no longer need the company's GPUs for the iPhone in 15 to 24 months time.
So long Radioshack.
Target Mobile isnt goin anywhere tho!