When John Legere was offered an interview with the CEO of Deutsche Telekom in 2011 to discuss leading its struggling American mobile carrier, T-Mobile US, he found it "laughable and really not something I'd do," he told Business Insider in a recent interview.
He had just sold the previous company he led for 10 years, Global Crossing Limited, in a $3 billion sale to Level 3, and gotten divorced in the same month.
Evernote, which now has 4 million users in Europe, is stepping up its bid to pick up more. Today the company is announcing a new deal with Deutsche Telekom to offer Evernote Premium free for six months to mobile users across DT's en...
Telecom giant Deutsche Telekom and Evernote this morning announced an agreement that will see the carrier offer its nearly 60 million mobile, broadband and fixed-line customers in Germany one year... Keep reading ?
Evernote inked a deal with telecom giant Deutsche Telekom last year, which saw the carrier offer its nearly 60 million mobile, broadband and fixed-line customers in Germany one year of Evernote Premium... Keep reading ?
Earlier this year, Deutsche Telekom took a step into mobile gaming with a €2 million investment in Flaregames. Today, it's expanding its in-house online gaming business. The carrier, which owns mobile operator T-Mobile, has announc...