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Bullet Point Analysis: The Significance Of Sprint's New Family Share Pack $100 Promotion

By William Ho: [Originally published 8/19/2014] WHAT IS IT? After much speculation and talk, Sprint (NYSE:S) finally announced its new Family Share Pack plan, 12 days after new CEO Marcelo Claure took over for Dan Hesse. The new plan...Show More Summary

3 'Hated' Stocks Poised For A Big Rebound Before 2015

This has been a bad month for Dan Hesse. The sharp plunge in Sprint (NYSE: S), which wiped out more than $10 billion in market value over the past month, cost him his job as the company’s CEO.

A perfect storm is letting T-Mobile overtake Sprint, never look back

These two lines may never cross again When Sprint finally put an end to its pursuit of T-Mobile last week, and subsequently fired long-time CEO Dan Hesse, the resulting stock market reaction exemplified the pileup of mistakes that the carrier has made. Show More Summary

These 3 Stocks Took A Nosedive, But They Are Primed To Rebound

This has been a bad month for Dan Hesse. The sharp plunge in Sprint (NYSE: S), which wiped out more than $10 billion in market value over the past month, cost him his job as the company’s CEO.

The New Sprint Optimistic about the Future

Last week Sprint rocked the wireless world with two bold moves: abandoning its ill-fated T-Mobile bid and removing Dan Hesse as CEO in favour of Marcelo Claure. The Sprint we’re now left with this week looks manifestly different than it did before, a new company that’s poised to take yet another crack at rebranding itself [...]

Hesse leaves Sprint as it was…a mess

Under the leadership of former CEO Dan Hesse Sprint changed, as they say, by not changing at all. The simple point being, now that Hesse’s seven year tenure has come to an end Sprint is, by all accounts, exactly where it was when Hesse began, in desperate need of a turnaround. Now there’s no question [...]

Sprint Is Prepping To Start A Price War, But Will Competitors Take The Bet?

Earlier this week, Sprint abandoned months of planning for a takeover of T-Mobile and fired CEO Dan Hesse after seven years of failing to make the company competitive with Verizon or AT&T. Now Sprint’s Chairman says the new CEO is prepping to start a price war to win over customers, but is Sprint really in a position to pick that … [More]

Looking back at Sprint's pursuit of T-Mobile

Sprint's failed attempt to acquire fellow wireless operator T-Mobile US and the departure of Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has been the talk of the town in the wireless world this week.

Sprint Names New CEO After Dropping Bid For T-Mobile

Marcelo Claure will be tasked with strengthening the company's network. One day after Sprint dropped its bid to acquire T-Mobile, the wireless carrier also dropped its CEO Dan Hesse, replacing him with Marcelo Claure, founder of mobile phone distributor Brightstar Corp. Read Full Story

Sprint replaces Hesse with new CEO

Sprint has begun a new company chapter today by officially naming Brightstar Corp. founder Marcelo Claure as its next CEO, replacing Dan Hesse, who has been leading the service provider since 2007.

Sprint Appoints New CEO And Drops Bid to Buy T-Mobile

Sprint announced Wednesday that it had appointed Marcelo Claure to be the wireless carrier's new CEO, replacing former CEO Dan Hesse, who has struggled recently to grapple with Sprint's dwindling subscriber base.

Update: Sprint - A New Era Without T-Mobile

Sprint (NYSE:S) named Marcelo Claure as CEO, replacing Dan Hesse, and, according to various press reports, withdrew its bid for T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS). This suggests that SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) did not succeed in convincing the regulator of the merits of the proposed deal and is now focusing on turning around Sprint. Show More Summary

Sprint Plunges 18% as It Replaces CEO; Hard Work of Fixing Begins, Says Street

Sprint (S) shares are down $1.23, or 17%, at at $6.05, and T-Mobile US (TMUS) stock is off $2.85, or 8.4%, at $31.06, after Sprint this morning said it named Marcelo Claure, 43, its new CEO, replacing Dan Hesse, chief for 7 years, following reports last night by Dow Jones and CNBC stating Sprint is abandoning [...]

Sprint Names New CEO After Dropping Bid for T-Mobile

APBrightstar CEO Marcelo Claure, (left) wiull replace longtime Sprint CEO Dan Hesse on Monday. NEW YORK -- Sprint (S) is replacing its longtime CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar CEO Marcelo Claure on the heels of a report that it is dropping...Show More Summary

Sprint Names a New CEO

Sprint, which just backed off from its bid to buy T-Mobile, has named a new president and CEO: former Brightstar Corp. founder and CEO Marcelo Claure. Claure, who was a member of Sprint's board, replaces Dan Hesse, who served as president and CEO since 2007. Show More Summary

Sprint Gives Up Dream Of Wedded Bliss With T-Mobile, Gives CEO Dan Hesse The Boot

Ever since Japan-based SoftBank took control of Sprint, the company has been standing outside of T-Mobile’s window with a boom box held over its head, trying to woo the magenta-hued wireless company by claiming that the only way they could both survive is if they were together forever as one. But that all came to an end yesterday, when Sprint’s … [More]

News: Sprint to cease pursuit of T-Mobile

5 months agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Sprint has decided to stop pursuing T-Mobile as a merger partner, The Wall Street Journal reports. The company also decided at a Tuesday board meeting to replace CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar founder Marcelo Claure. It was first reported in December that Sprint was working toward a bid for T-Mobile. Show More Summary

Sprint makes it official: Marcelo Claure will replace Dan Hesse as CEO

5 months agoTechnology : GigaOM

The Brightstar founder and CEO will take over Sprint on August 11. The leadership shakeup spells the end of the tumultuous Hesse era at Sprint, but it could be an equally hectic era for Claure. Sprint makes it official: Marcelo Claure will replace Dan Hesse as CEO originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Sprint Hangs Up on Dan Hesse, Names New CEO

5 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Sprint today announced it has named Marcelo Claure as President and CEO of the company, who replaces Dan Hesse. Claure already served on Sprint's board of directors, and is the Founder and CEO of Brightstar Corp. Sprint owner SoftBank also owns a significant portion of Brightstar, which distributes mobile devices. Show More Summary

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