M&A Could Scramble Capex Plans--Or Not

Smith, Brad; Brown, Karen
February 2004
Wireless Week;2/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p13
Trade Publication
Discusses the possible implications of mergers and acquisition of wireless companies for capex plans. Reason of AT&T Wireless for keeping its capex up in 2004; Amount of annual regular capex of Verizon Wireless; Comments from Lehman Brothers on the impact of the acquisition of two GSM carriers on Ericson and Nokia. INSET: BITS.


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