What company is John Legere going to?

T-Mobile paid then-CEO John Legere $137.2 million in 2020, a year in which he worked three months and then left on the day he completed T-Mobile’s purchase of Sprint. Legere’s 2020 compensation was revealed yesterday in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (see pages 49 and 50).

What happened John Legere?

Share All sharing options for: John Legere abruptly resigns from T-Mobile board of directors ‘to pursue other options’ John Legere has formally cut ties with T-Mobile US, the company he led as CEO for over seven years. At that time, Legere had said he would remain on T-Mobile’s board of directors until June 4th.

What happened to the last CEO of T-Mobile?

He was a director of ON Semiconductor. In November 2019, Legere announced via his Twitter account he would be stepping down as the CEO for T-Mobile US on April 30, 2020, when his current contract expires. Following the merger with Sprint being completed early, Legere officially resigned as CEO on April 1, 2020.

Did the CEO of T-Mobile step down?

T-Mobile said Wednesday that its CEO, John Legere, is stepping down a month earlier than expected, handing the job off to COO Mike Sievert. Legere will remain a board member. As of Wednesday, Sprint shares are no longer trading. T-Mobile shares added 2.8% to $86.23 in midday trading.

What happens to Sprint customers after the merger?

Sprint will be absorbed by T-Mobile, and eventually Sprint customers will migrate to the T-Mobile network. T-Mobile will not raise prices for existing customers in the next three years. This includes people on T-Mobile, Sprint, and prepaid plans.

Who is the CEO for Sprint?

Michel Combes (May 31, 2018–)
Marcelo Claure (Aug 11, 2014–)
Sprint Corporation/CEO
Leading US telecommunications company Sprint has announced the appointment of Michel Combes as its new CEO ahead of the company’s $26bn merger with fellow US telco T-Mobile, agreed late last month.

How much does the CEO of T-Mobile make?

Current T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert’s compensation totaled $54.9 million, most of which came in the form of stock grants. The value of those stock-based payments could rise to as much as $72.5 million if the shares meet maximum performance targets.

How much does a CEO of T Mobile make?

T-Mobile paid president and CEO Mike Sievert $54.9 million in base pay, incentives and stock last year, according to a proxy statement filed this week with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

What is the salary of the CEO of Verizon?

Compensation by Company

Name And Title Total Compensation
Hans Vestberg Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Total Compensation $19,097,582 View details
Ronan Dunne Executive Vice President and Group CEO – Verizon Consumer Total Compensation $9,247,881 View details

What did John Legere do for T Mobile?

During Legere’s time at T-Mobile, the company’s shares soared from $10 to over $86 when he stepped down. More importantly, by completing the deal with Sprint, T-Mobile takes control of the carrier’s 2.5GHz mid-band spectrum which will help it become the nation’s 5G speed leader.

How many times has John Legere been married?

John Legere has been married and divorced twice and has been single since at least 2014. He tweeted in 2014 that his daughters wanted him to get back into the dating scene. Screenshot of John Legere’s Tweet. Legere is reluctant to share details about his first and second wife so their names are currently unknown.

Who is the CEO of WeWork John Legere?

Back in November, there was speculation that Legere was being recruited for the top spot at WeWork by former Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, but nothing ever came of it. Last June, John was named the best CEO in the wireless industry by Glassdoor, a company that asks current and former employees to review the firms they work (ed) for.

Where did John Legere go to high school?

John Legere is a Massachusetts native through and through. He attended St. Bernard’s Central Catholic School in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, got his Accounting BBA from the University of Massachusetts, then got an MS from MIT and MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Despite his Boston roots, he became a New York Yankees fan.