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danielcawrey
danielcawrey
4/2/2017 | 11:25:46 AM
Re: typical verizon...
Seems like a winning transition. Verizon is doing much better than Ericsson, and you have to wonder about the future of that company. Can Ericsson even stand on its own as a company? Hard to say. 
Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
3/31/2017 | 9:43:15 PM
Re: typical verizon...
It's worth noting that he's not taking a CEO role.  He's taking a #2 role -- similar to the CFO role he had at Ericsson for years before taking the promotion.  Could simply be a case of the Peter Principle.

Or it could be any other number of things.  He stepped down after one poor quarter, so I suspect there were some politics at play.  After all, that's a far cry from the level of failure and incompetence of, say, any given Yahoo CEO.

Let's see what he does.
wanlord
wanlord
3/31/2017 | 2:09:04 PM
typical verizon...
Nothing surpises me... Typical of Verizon to add more failed leaders to the company. This guy was ousted as CEO for failure to perform. Now they are letting him run a core business???


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