no new shares were printed. The company bought in the outstanding 45% of shares held by vodaphone.
Said when one is a genius its important to have reliable phone service. Just jokin' around John. But those mounting loses aren't a joke.
Why is the stock is at such lofty levels. One wonders when or if they will ever be profitable? What is the fate of companies that aren't profitable? Reality dawns.
He is wild-eyed and scary. He is out to destroy a great American industry , not reform it, because of a personal vendetta against At&T. People with this kind of intense hatred are worrisome for all in their realm...........friend and foe alike.
Legere is reckless and scary. He is out to destroy a great American industry because of his vendetta against AT&T. Anytime someone is so focused on destruction , its a worrisome thing for all in his realm.......... friends and foes alike.
They are ubiquitous . Mr. Legere, just remember , you started this.
I too would like a good discussion about the company. The new week is full of peril for our company because of the T Mobil assault. Management would do well to discuss the T Mobile issue forthrightly with the investment community as to how management will protect their consumer base and profits. Silence generates all sorts of wild imaginings. Any thoughts about this are appreciated.
During several presentations at the CES show last week, T-Mobile CEO John Legere continuously used some of the most profane language out there. Then he sez he wants to help families with his pricing. What he wants is to help himself. His lack of common decency , is another strike against those of us who expect the public discourse to be at least a bit civil and not an overt display of individual ugliness and narcissism.
During several presentations at the CES show last week , T Mobile CEO John Legere continuously spouted some of the most profane language out there. Then he sez he want to help families with his pricing options. What he wants is to help himself. This lack of common decency is so offensive to those of us who wish for a non profane discourse in the VERY public square. Is this too much to ask from someone who fancies himself a captain of industry?
During several presentations last week at CES , T- mobile CEO Legere continuously spouted some of the most profane language out there. Then sez how he wants to help families with his pricing. He wants to help himself and his foul mouth is an awful example for those of us that care about some sense of decency in public discourse.
Now he's surfaced as the communications savior of the world. Stay tuned for the bust.
According to the Washington Post , Legere has reversed company policy and now allows store employees to be openly tattooed and body pierced. Flakes may steal from you pal , but they won't save you.
according to Wikipedia, Legere was made CEO in Oct. of 2001. The bankruptcy filing was Jan. 2002. Just for the record.
before it went bankrupt. Same guy, same skills.
Same guy , Same hype. It went bankrupt.
Same guy.......same methods.