AT&T asks judge to kick Sprint out of the antitrust courtroom

According to AT&T doesn’t feel Sprint has a place in its merger with T-Mobile.

Sprint contends that AT&T is missing the forest for the trees. The cellular business depends crucially on market power: the more customers a firm has, the stronger its bargaining position is with partners such as handset suppliers, backhaul providers, and the operators of other networks.

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