T-Mobile CEO John Legere is known for speaking his mind and swearing. When CNET's Roger Cheng challenged him to a word association game, Legere kept his opinions to one word but still managed to throw some punches.
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After the Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint against T-Mobile this week, CEO John Legere derided the agency's claims.
Insiders, holding 470 million shares, can sell starting today. Big investors say they don't plan to bail anytime soon. Even so, the stock plummets 15 percent.
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Venture capitalist calls report, which featured him and one of his portfolio companies, an "agenda-driven bastardization of news reporting."