The drama between Sprint and Clearwire might finally be coming to an end.
The carrier announced today in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it has entered into a deal with Eagle River Holdings that will see it receive additional voting power.
Up to now, Sprint held 48.1 percent voting power, giving it substantial control but not enough for it to solely determine Clearwire's future. Eagle River Holdings has 2.3 percent voting power, and its chief executive, Craig McCaw, owns another 2.3 percent.
According to the filing, Eagle River Holdings will sell nearly 31 million … Read more