T-Mobile's CEO stepping down, Ford reveals electric Mustang
This is CNN and here are the stories that matter right now as the effort to merge with sprint Tregs on T-Mobile CEO, John ledger has announced that he will step down from his role on May 1st taking to Twitter on Monday morning.
The outspoken executive confirmed a longstanding speculation that he would leave the post.
The President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Seaver would take his place as CEO.
The Afro mentioned sprint merger should happen in early 2020.
Google's game streaming service stadia is about to debut and reviews are underwhelming.
Aside from a really solid controller, the game offering at launch is so limited and there are so many promised features that are missing.
Feels like stadia is more of a beta product than a realize service.
Perhaps it's best to wait this one out.
And finally, Ford's all electric Mustang inspired SUV is finally here revealed on Sunday evening ahead of the 2019 LA Auto Show.
It's called the Mustang Mach E, and will offer loads of technology, space, and an impressive driving range of around 300 miles.
Models with the extended range battery pack and all wheel drive should get 332 horsepower and 417 pound feet of torque.
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