Claure-Appointed Exec to Depart Sprint
Bob Johnson, Sprint's Chief Experience Officer, will leave the company by the end of April. Johnson was in an early batch of new hires made by CEO Marcelo Claure shortly after he took over the struggling carrier in 2014. The Chief Experience Officer position was a new role created for Johnson. Johnson's tenure with the company will total 14 months. Johnson's position is being taken by Rockert Hackl, who will also be President of National Sales. Hacks starts April 1. Sprint is working hard to trim some $2.5 billion in expenses this year. It already let go of 2,500 employees and also plans to reduce lease expenses at its cell sites. The company is facing some $30 billion debt.
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