Sprint Sweeps Out Execs
As part of its planned layoffs and ongoing attempts to revive the business, Sprint's new CEO Dan Hesse has let go three executives. CFO Paul Saleh, who acted as a temporary CEO during Sprint's search for a permanent replacement for former CEO Gary Forsee, was among those let go. Also leaving Sprint is chief marketing officer Tim Kelly and Mark Angelino, president of Sprint's sales and distribution unit. Hesse named temporary replacements for all three.
Sprint Shuffles Execs, Names New CFO
Aug 3, 2015
Sprint today made changes to its top executives and named a new chief financial officer. Sprint appointed Tarek Robbiati to the CFO position, where he replaces Joseph Euteneuer, who will leave the company.
Sprint Shuffles Executive Deck, Plans New Office Environment
Nov 21, 2017
Sprint is adjusting its top ranks in an effort to streamline its management structure, according to an internal memo obtained by Fierce Wireless. To start, a number of executives are departing the company, including COO GÃ¼nther Ottendorfer, who's been behind a lot of Sprint's network advancements.
AT&T, T-Mo, Verizon to Allow Note7 Replacement Exchanges, Too
Oct 7, 2016
AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless followed Sprint's lead today and said customers who have a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 can exchange the phone for any other sold in carrier stores. T-Mobile specified that any customer can return any phone within the initial 14-day trial period, and that includes both replacement and new Note7 handsets.
T-Mobile, Too, Halts Note7 Replacements
Oct 9, 2016
T-Mobile this evening joined AT&T in putting a stop to exchanges, replacements, and sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note7. "While Samsung investigates multiple reports of issues, T-Mobile is temporarily suspending all sales of the new Note7 and exchanges for replacement Note7 devices," said the company.
Samsung 'Adjusts' Note7 Production; Verizon Halts Exchanges
Oct 10, 2016
Samsung today stopped short of saying it has halted production of the Galaxy Note7 and instead said it is making changes for safety reasons. "We are temporarily adjusting the Galaxy Note7 production schedule in order to take further steps to ensure quality and safety matters," said the company in a statement provided to Android Central.
Still dreading my stockholder report from cvg. 😢
However, as the saying when in Logan. "Money drives the train." This makes some of my future planning a little easier as far employment, but I have this nasty sinking feeling my old 401k is about to take a nose dive. 😈 However no regrets. I was wondering when this was going to happen.
that 401k could use a refresher.
I used to have sprint long ago and for many moons.
I think the change is great and has been a long time coming.
The wireless industry in general could use a reputation boost.
This needs to be done!
I am hopeful for new change. The old guys were just make you crazy with some of the policy decisions. Now Hopefully the new changes will bring Sprint back around aga...
What about wimax?