T-Mobile USA CEO Dotson to Resign Next Year
T-Mobile USA today announced that long-time CEO Robert Dotson plans to leave the company. He will remain CEO until February 2011 and on the board until May. He has designated Philipp Humm as his successor.
Eric Schmidt, Alphabet Chairman, to Take Advisory Role
Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt this week said he plans to step down from his leadership role on the company's board and will instead serve as a technical advisor to the company. "Larry, Sergey, Sundar and I all believe that the time is right in Alphabet’s evolution for this transition.
Jack Dorsey Named Twitter CEO
Twitter today moved to make Jack Dorsey its permanent CEO. Dorsey, who co-founded Twitter in 2006, has served as interim CEO since June when then-CEO Dick Costolo stepped down.
Essential CEO Andy Rubin Takes Leave of Absence
Andy Rubin is taking some time away from Essential Products, where he is CEO. The company's day-to-day operations will be handled by president Niccolo de Masi during Rubin's absence.
HMD Global, Maker of Nokia Phones, Parts Ways with CEO
HMD Global today said Arto Nummela, CEO and member of its Global Board of Directors, will leave the company effective immediately. Florian Seiche, who has co-lead the company as president since its founding, has been appointed acting CEO in Nummela's place.
Given limited spectrum Tmo has acquired for 4G, Advancement would only be attainable fully by merge or partnership with another carrier with Spectrum to spare. HSPA+ is formidable under current conditions. However, it will falter under increased use. Let us hope for competition sake, Tmo will remain a competent carrier.
T-mo has pretty much remained on its own without help from their European partners. I suspect with the explosion of consistent advances in the US wireless industry, Mr. Dotson may feel it is better to exit while Tmo i