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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