U.S. consumers aren’t yet demanding sustainable products, such as mobile phones made with recycled plastics, hampering companies’ efforts to go green, said Sprint Corp. Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse.
Sprint Corp., the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier, introduced a network upgrade to deliver faster speeds in about 100 cities over the next three years and better compete against AT&T Inc. and Verizon Wireless.
Dan Hesse’s White Room is closely guarded even within Sprint Nextel Corp. The chief executive officer carries the only key and draws black curtains over his scribblings before leaving. This is where Hesse retreats to map out “nukes” in red, blue and green ink, lately his tactics for stopping AT&T Inc.’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile USA.
Sprint Corp. Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse said the U.S. telecommunications industry is bracing for more deals after Verizon Communications Inc.’s $130 billion buyout of its venture with Vodafone Group Plc.
Sprint Corp., working to jump-start growth under new owner SoftBank Corp., announced a shake-up of its sales organization that includes the exit of Chief Sales Officer Paget Alves and Chief Marketing Officer Bill Malloy.
Sprint Nextel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse said he’s on a hunt for wireless spectrum after watching Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc. devour more and more of the mobile-phone industry’s most precious resource.
Softbank Corp.’s $20 billion deal with Sprint Nextel Corp. gives Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse the firepower to bring renewed competition to the U.S. mobile- phone industry, creating benefits for consumers and challenges for AT&T Inc. and Verizon Wireless.