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.
Technically Incorrect: In an engaging interview, the wireless carrier's CEO offers that there will never be a President Trump and other things.
T-Mobile announced plans for better LTE coverage and a new service that will pay you to end your contract early with another carrier at its keynote during CES 2014
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile's CEO is staying at a Trump property and tweets he isn't happy. Trump retorts that Verizon has the best service. Legere announces he's checking out. Oh, my.
The ever-flamboyant John Legere says that if you could see the face of the man trying to bend an iPhone 6 Plus, it would probably be purple.
The CEO has vowed to shake up the status quo -- and he's managing to do just that, all while posting T-Mobile's highest customer growth in four years.
A hack of Experian, the company that handles credit checks for the wireless carrier, results in the loss of T-Mobile customers' Social Security numbers, birth dates and names.
The carrier is shaking things up again with a program that lets customers using the latest smartphones easily cancel their T-Mobile service if they can't get a signal wherever they are.
In a segment on his show, sponsored by T-Mobile US, Colbert suggests that its phones be inserted up rear ends to alleviate constipation. Now that's a product endorsement.
The US mobile market has been too narrowly focused on M&A opportunities, and should start looking to adjacent markets like cable broadband, says T-Mobile CEO John Legere.