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  1. CEO Forsee Leaves Sprint Nextel

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    Tue, 9 Oct 2007

    Gary Forsee has officially stepped down as chairman and CEO of Sprint Nextel S following more than a year of poor performance at the firm

  2. Alltel Fuels Rumors about Targets

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    Thu, 31 May 2007

    struggled to make decisions following the 2005 merger that created the firm. While we have been pleased recently to see CEO Gary Forsee take greater responsibility for Sprint's direction, this management team has a lot to prove as it attempts to stem

  3. Stock Analyst Note - Sprint

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    Wed, 2 Jul 2003

    Things seem to be settling down at Sprint. After a management shakeup that ousted figurehead William Esrey, new CEO Gary Forsee hasn't wasted any time getting down to business. Sprint announced in June that it will exit the managed Web-hosting

  4. Sprint to Exit Web Hosting

    Commentary

    Wed, 11 Jun 2003

    off unprofitable ventures under its previous management team, and we are pleased to see this continue under new CEO Gary Forsee . Sprint's exit from the hosting business, which the company said was generating less than 1% of total revenue but

  5. Sprint May Reunite Trackers

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    Wed, 14 May 2003

    On the basis of comments at Tuesday's shareholder meeting, Sprint 's FONPCS new CEO, Gary Forsee , appears open to recombining the FON and PCS tracking stocks in the near future. We assigned the FON shares an above-average

  6. Sprint Finally Gets Its Man

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    Wed, 19 Mar 2003

    rest. Our opinion on the shares is unchanged: We think the stock is attractive for purchase around $11 or lower. Gary Forsee will replace Sprint's long-time CEO William Esrey, leaving the number-two spot at BellSouth BLS. BellSouth challenged

  7. Stock Analyst Note - Sprint

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    Tue, 11 Feb 2003

    per share. Sprint has yet to make an announcement regarding management changes, other than to say they are coming. Gary Forsee , the board's first choice to replace CEO William Esrey, will have to win release from a noncompete agreement with

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