The $3 billion cash infusion that Deutsche Telekom will receive from AT&T with the demise of the T-Mobile deal should give the German telecom company about a year to look for a new suitor, Bloomberg reports.
Some analysts predict that T-Mobile might merge with Sprint, Reuters reports.
The Wall Street Journal looks at what the deal's failure will mean for customers.
A Wall Street Journal editorial says the deal's collapse will be bad for consumers and business, pinning the blame on the "top-down economic tinkering" of the Obama administration.
Google and private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. invested in four California solar farms, Bloomberg reports.
Reuters reports that wireless company LightSquared might be running out of money.