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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - U.S. Cellular Corp.
A cellphone company turned over more than 50,000 text messages in a divorce case in which a protection order was in place, violating federal privacy law, a state supreme court justice concluded.
Sprint Nextel Corp. on Wednesday said it has agreed to buy U.S. Cellular Corp.'s service areas in the Midwest for $480 million to boost its network capacity in that region.
U.S. Cellular posted a 30 percent drop in net income for the second quarter Friday, weighed down by hefty costs for the smartphones it sells to subscribers at a loss.
The regional cellphone company U.S. Cellular Corp. on Friday posted a 78 percent rise in net income for the first quarter, as it moved subscribers to smartphones with pricier plans while holding its own line on costs.
U.S. Cellular Corp., the country's sixth-largest cellphone company, on Friday said it had the opportunity to carry the iPhone but turned it down because the phone is too expensive.