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a large, sponge-like piece of grooming apparatus home-made of woven straw.
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Clearwire announced it has formed a unique partnership with Wish Upon The North Star and presented them with a $2,500 donation to help the organization fulfill wishes of Alaskan children who have life-threatening illnesses.
Clearwire and its officers and directors and the Company and its officers and directors may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies from Clearwire stockholders with respect to the transaction.
Both organizations entered a 30 year deal with Clearwire back in 2006, before it was bought by Sprint.
At the effective time, each share of class A common stock of Clearwire automatically converted into the right to receive USD5.
While objecting to DISH's tender offer for Clearwire with hastily manufactured legal challenges, Sprint has set a deadline for DISH to respond to SoftBank's latest bid with its own 'best and final' offer for Sprint.
Clearwire said in its SEC filing that it would evaluate the proposal and discuss it with "Party J" and Sprint.
This long-term partnership with Cricket is a key step forward in the development of Clearwire's wholesale LTE business model," said Erik Prusch, President and CEO of Clearwire.
Formed as a joint venture in 2008, Clearwire built the first national 4G network in the U.
Geza Degall, vice president of real estate for Clearwire, said "The company is thrilled with the reception we have received from our roll-out in Philadelphia and DCs.
Crest's revised preliminary proxy statement and its letter to the Board of Clearwire can be found at http://www.
Clearwire and CLEAR are trademarks or registered trademarks of Clearwire Communications LLC in the United States and/or other countries.
HOUSTON, April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Crest Financial Limited, the largest minority stockholder of Clearwire Corporation, has bolstered its arguments to the Federal Communications Commission that the Commission should reconsider its approval of a transaction that gave majority control of Clearwire to Sprint Nextel Corporation.