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John Legere to Step Down as T-Mobile CEO

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John Legere to Step Down as T-Mobile CEO

John Legere to Step Down as T-Mobile CEO

John Legere to Step Down as T-Mobile CEO.

Legere will be stepping down after his contract expires at the end of April 2020.

Mike Sievert, the current president and chief operating officer of T-Mobile, will replace Legere as CEO.

Legere will remain on the board and help with T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint.

It has been rumored that Legere is a top contender for the next CEO of WeWork.

Adam Neumann was forced to step down as WeWork's CEO due to concerns over its compounding losses.

Legere denied that he has been in talks with WeWork, .

Saying that the rumors have made things "awkward."

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