Sure, no CEO wants to commit more than $15 billion to one manufacturer. But as Sprint (S) CEO Dan Hesse says, his company didn’t have much of a choice. AllThingsD says that Hesse told a group of reporters that as much money as his company...Show More Summary
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse today said that he believes further consolidation in the wireless telecommunications industry is good and even necessary -- as long as the nation's two largest wireless network operators aren't involved. "We're certianly working very hard to compete with AT&T and Verizon," said Hesse. Show More Summary
But there are still a lot of areas where Sprint needs to improve, CEO Dan Hesse told a group of journalists touring the company's Kansas headquarters.
On the heels of being out by Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, Motorola today provided more details about the Photon Q. The Photon Q is a sideways slider with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. Features include a 1.5GHz dual-core processor; 8-megapixel...Show More Summary
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse today said that Sprint will activate its LTE 4G network in the city of Baltimore by the end of August. Baltimore was one of Sprint's first WiMax markets, and was expected to be among the initial batch of LTE cities. Show More Summary
Sprint has yet to officially announce the Motorola Photon Q, which we first showed you from a leak in our forums earlier this summer, and which has already made it through the FCC. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse this morning during the company's...Show More Summary
During Sprint's earnings call, CEO Dan Hesse revealed that Motorola's Photon Q, the company's latest LTE World Phone is coming "very soon." Developing... Sprint's Motorola Photon Q LTE World Phone is coming 'very soon' originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 26 Jul 2012 08:21:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | | Email this | Comments
After spending a couple years wandering in the ill-fated desert that was WiMax, Sprint has finally joined the Long Term Evolution (LTE) and flipped the switch on their new, shoulda-done-it-sooner 4G network. Sprint CEO, Dan Hesse, announced the July 15 as the go-live day a couple of weeks ago. Show More Summary
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger: Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Monday June 25. Bullish Calls: Sprint (S): "I have liked the stock since we sat down with CEO Dan Hess. Now we are waiting for a pullback. Show More Summary
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has been planning to kill off the carrier's aging iDEN network since 2010, but now Sprint has finally delivered a date for iDEN's demise. The carrier has just announced that they plan to pull the plug on their iDEN...Show More Summary
Sprint's CEO Dan Hesse signed an estimated US$15.5 billion deal with Apple to carry the iPhone. After a less than stellar quarterly performance, the CEO is trying to quell shareholder discontent by publicly defending his decision, says...Show More Summary
Sprint’s costly $15.5 billion gamble on Apple’s iPhone won’t pay off until 2015, according to CEO Dan Hesse. At that time, however, the iPhone will be “quite profitable,” and the company is “very happy” with the deal despite conflicting reports, AllThingsD said. Show More Summary
During their annual shareholders meeting, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said they're very happy with the iPhone, but admitted that it won't be profitable for the company until 2015. Sounds crazy, but Hesse says they're taking the long view, since offering the iPhone will stem the exodus of users going to other carriers just to get their hands on Apple's smartphone.
For Sprint Nextel Corp., now isn't the time for a merger, says CEO Dan Hesse.
“Carrying the iPhone will be quite profitable," says Sprint CEO Dan Hesse for the umpteenth time.
In one corner, we have CNBC's Jim Cramer. And in the other corner stands the heads of the four largest mobile operators in the United States: Ralph de la Vega (AT&T Mobility), Dan Mead (Verizon Wireless), Dan Hesse (Sprint) and Philipp Humm (T-Mobile). Show More Summary
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has handed back $3.25 million of his own salary in a bid to appease shareholders who have been upset by the carrier’s iPhone deal with Apple. Shareholders spoke out against the arrangement when it was discovered that Sprint did not consider the financial effect of carrying the iPhone when it calculated [...]Show More Summary
CEO Dan Hesse's pay is docked for bringing the profit-eating iPhone to Sprint.
Sprint Nextel's $15.5 billion gamble on Apple's iPhone will apparently lighten CEO Dan Hesse's proverbial wallet by $3.25 million this year. That's how much compensation Hesse agreed to give back to help placate investors unhappy about the high cost of the company's iPhone deal. Show More Summary
Sprint's CEO Dan Hesse has agreed to have his compensation slashed by $3.25 million under the pressure of Sprint's shareholders that are unhappy about the high upfront costs that Sprint has to pay for the iPhone.