McCaw, Clearwire Founder and Chairman, Resigns
Craig McCaw has resigned from his post as the chairman of the board of Clearwire, the company he founded in 2003. McCaw nominated former Clearwire CEO Ben Wolf to replace him. McCaw stepped down on December 31.
Trump Rounds Out FCC with Brendan Carr Nomination
Jun 29, 2017
President Donald Trump has nominated Brendan Carr to fill the fifth and final Commissioner role at the FCC. Brendan Carr, a Republican, joins Commissioner Michael O'Reilly and Chairman Ajit Pai, giving Republicans a 3-2 majority over Democrat Commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Jessica Rosenworcel.
LeEco Founder Steps Away from CEO Role
May 22, 2017
Jia Yueting, who founded China's LeEco, is cutting back on his responsibilities in order to help the company better focus on products. Specifically, Jia has stepped down as the CEO of Leshi, LeEco's main business unit.
More 'Safe' Note7s Burn and Catch Fire
Oct 9, 2016
Following Thursday's report that a Samsung Galaxy Note7 caught fire on a plane, more stories have piled up suggesting the replacement Note7 being sold by Samsung and its carrier partners is not as safe as claimed. A Farmington, Minn., teen claims her replacement Note7 burned her hand and melted its case on Oct.
Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Attempt to Replace Board
Dec 22, 2017
Qualcomm today said it won't entertain the idea of replacing its board of directors with substitutes nominated by Broadcom. Earlier this month, Broadcom nominated 11 people to Qualcomm's board of directors.
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Interesting how earlier in the same day this was announced, there was an article about how Sprint has declined to invest more money into Clearwire.