Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, resigns

Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, resigns

In a completely unforeseen announcement, Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, has resigned today. T-Mobile’s COO Jim Alling will fill in as interim CEO until another is found.

This change is not only unexpected, but fast; Humm will leave his position immediately, and will likely be going completely outside of T-Mobile’s parent company, Deutche Telekom, and will be heading to Europe to be with ¬†family during said transition.

What do you think about this change? Good for the company, or bad? Sound off in the comments.

via tmobile blog

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  1. z0phi3l
    June 27, 17:33 Reply

    Good for T-Mobile, he was half the reason why ATT tried to buy them, he probably had no plans on being still at T-Mo this long but work for ATT

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