Sprint, T-Mobile deal currently in jeopardy

The potential merger of Sprint and T-Mobile will likely be blocked by the government, Wall Street Journal reported.
0:48 | 04/17/19

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Transcript for Sprint, T-Mobile deal currently in jeopardy
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