This summer, U.S. wireless carrier Sprint-Nextel was expected to close on a $20 billion merger with Softbank -- a Japanese telecom company. Now Sprint has a new suitor. The $25.5 billion Dish Network offer could set off a bidding war and dramatically reshape the U.S. wireless industry.
Hayley Tsukayama, technology reporter for The Washington Post, discussed the issue with Capital Insider.
Read her full article here.