Sprint was reportedly just hours away from an multi-billion dollar acquisition of the MetroPCS network. Then the company's board got involved. Now, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse might be running for his professional life.
After AT&T pulled a data plan switcheroo on their customers, a concerned Sprint customer wondered if the same thing would happen to him. So he emailed Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and asked.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, speaking at CTIA this morning, made clear which 4G standard he thinks will be dominant in the future. And it's not the one his company uses.
Charlie Rose asked Sprint CEO Dan Hesse about how the Palm Pre is doing against the Apple iPhone. The bottom line: Well, but not too well. It almost feels like he's admitting defeat from the start.
We knew Sprint had the Pre locked up through 2009, but now Sprint CEO Dan Hesse is trying to make the period of exclusivity seem long enough to convince users to switch to Sprint rather than wait a few months.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse's sorta-classy black-and-white ads have been canned. Could bespectacled Verizon guy or spiky-haired Alltel guy get the axe next? Please?
Two weeks ago we told you that Verizon and AT&T had added millions of customers in the first quarter of 2008, and that T-Mobile was also on the up. Today Sprint reported that, as expected, it was not part of this trend, instead losing 1 million customers in the same period. CEO Dan Hesse told Reuters that recovery…