New York's attorney general is suing Sprint for $300 million, claiming the wireless carrier failed to collect and pay sales taxes since 2005, USA Today reports.
Verizon reported far fewer new mobile phone customers in the first quarter compared with a year ago, perhaps signaling a slowdown in the wireless market's growth, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Verizon is promising to put its marketing weight promoting the new Windows phone in hopes of developing a strong competitor to Apple and Google, Reuters reports.
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