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  • Leap Wireless International said Friday it will restate results from 2004 to the second quarter of this year, after making errors in reporting revenue and operating expenses, pushing its shares down more than 31 percent.

  • Leap Wireless International said on Sunday its board of directors had rejected an unsolicited bid from larger rival MetroPCS Communications.

  • Leap Wireless International, which is reviewing a buyout offer from MetroPCS Communications, said Wednesday that board member James Dondero has resigned from the Leap board, effective Sept. 10.

  • Leap Wireless International said Friday that its chief financial officer had resigned as the company continues to review an unsolicited takeover bid from MetroPCS Communications for about $5.4 billion in stock.

  • Wireless service provider MetroPCS Communications said Tuesday it proposed buying competitor Leap Wireless International for more than $5 billion in stock.