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  1. Sprint Reportedly Drops T-Mobile Bid; Appoints New CEO


    Wed, 6 Aug 2014

    Tuesday indicate that the firm has decided to drop its pursuit of T-Mobile. Sprint has confirmed that it will replace CEO Dan Hesse with board member Marcelo Claure, currently CEO of Brightstar, another Softbank holding. We are somewhat surprised by the

  2. Sprint's Deal for Clearwire Has Implications for DISH Network


    Mon, 17 Dec 2012

    Sprint a huge block of high-frequency spectrum, greatly reducing its need to partner with DISH for capacity. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse stated on a conference call that the firm needs “to be in control of its networking spectrum resources in order to most

  3. UPDATE 1-Sprint to launch high-speed service in 5 cities


    Wed, 27 Jun 2012

    June 27 (Reuters) - Sprint Nextel Corp Chief Executive Dan Hesse said he plans to kick off a high-speed wireless service in five U.S. cities on July 15, a move that could be crucial in its efforts to...

  4. Clearwire, Sprint, Cable Come Together


    Thu, 8 May 2008

    well known. The firm's core wireless operation is a mess, and its plans around WiMAX have been a distraction (new CEO Dan Hesse claims it has been his primary focus since taking the job). Pushing the WiMAX venture into a separate publicly traded company

  5. Sprint and Cable Companies End Venture


    Thu, 24 Apr 2008

    have the option to stay with Sprint and receive a month of free service or change carriers without penalty. Under new CEO Dan Hesse , Sprint backed away from the cable venture earlier this year saying that it was operationally too complex because of the firm's

  6. Sprint Reports Weak 4Q


    Thu, 28 Feb 2008

    previous management team made in marketing, customer service, and the network. On the earnings conference call, new CEO Dan Hesse repeatedly stressed Sprint's need to simplify the way it does business, reinvigorate the brand, and strengthen customer

  7. Sprint Disappoints Again


    Fri, 18 Jan 2008

    but the firm's marketing efforts have clearly fallen flat. With Sprint's performance going from bad to worse and new CEO Dan Hesse barely settled in, our expectation that signs of a turnaround would appear in 2008 is overly optimistic. We've reduced

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