The saying is, "You can't make an omelette, without breaking a few eggs."
What the article writes, "you gotta break some eggs if you want to bake a cake," is not a saying.
Gee, no one saw that coming /s. Bold though, they have not managed to divest Boost yet.
And now the casulties from this merger commences...in the middle of the pandemic at the start of a hard recession, if not mild depression. Many of those laid off will never get another job that they had before. Some will have to get by with unemployment benefits before ever finding another job. And the cellphone market continues to shrink. No bright spot here.
This is normal actions by t-mobile , they take over the companies only for its customers , in holland they promised the same things when they merged with orange only to get rid of every orange employee , now they have merged with tele 2 nl and are doing the same again , this company is not a fruendly company and should be dumped by customers quickly ,
Anonymous, 17 Jun 2020Classic. Everyone talks about new jobs to convince the government to allow the merger ... And ... moreOnly in America. I'm glad the government was smart enough to force a 4th competitor but yea, so much for 11,000 new jobs. I'm strongly considering leaving this country and I again, don't like either candidate for president this term (really bummed my boy Bernie Sanders dropped out).