Sprint has one less foe in its ongoing battle over New York sales taxes.
The company on Monday released a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing confirming that the SEC has dropped its investigation into the carrier's collection of sales taxes without attempting to enforce any action. The SEC dropped the investigation last month, according to Sprint, after a nearly year-long inquiry.
The trouble started for Sprint in April 2012 when the New York Attorney General's Office filed a complaint against Sprint arguing that it failed to pay more than $100 million in New York State sales tax. … Read more