Sprint Suitor Addresses Security Concerns

The Tokyo-based company seeking control of Sprint Nextel has agreed to appoint a U.S. government-approved “security director” to the wireless phone company’s board to address national security concerns. SoftBank made the unusual commitment to several federal agencies as it presses for federal approval of its agreement to buy 70 percent of Sprint for $20.1 billion.

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