T-Mobile announced Monday that CEO John Legere will be stepping down at the end of next April after his contract expires.
T-Mobile and Sprint are hoping to complete their merger soon. But the man positioned to head that new company is in talks to lead another major undertaking: a rescue mission for WeWork.
House Democrats grilled T-Mobile CEO John Legere on Tuesday for staying at the Trump International Hotel while his company seeks government approval for a merger with Sprint.
The CEOs of T-Mobile and Sprint are confident that their proposed merger will get approval from US regulators and create jobs and that it won't raise prices for wireless subscribers.
CEOs John Legere of T-Mobile and Marcelo Claure of Sprint were chummy in a video announcing the merger of their companies on Sunday.
T-Mobile's minute-long Super Bowl ad didn't have anything to do with unlimited calling plans or video streaming.