Humm assumes CEO, president title at T-Mobile USA

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T-Mobile USA Inc. said it has completed its senior leadership transition with Philipp Humm taking over as president and CEO of the nation’s No. 4 carrier from previous president and CEO Robert Dotson. Dotson will stay on at the company as vice chairman of its board of directors and is expected to leave the company in May.
When originally announced in May, Humm was expected to take the CEO title in February following the assumption of the president position in July.
As part of the transition the carrier also “re-aligned” some of its other executive positions that are to take effect on Nov. 1.
Cole Brodman, will trade in his current title as CTO for a new position as chief marketing officer, while Neville Ray will assume the CTO position in exchange for his previous role as chief network officer.
“Philipp and Robert have chosen the right timing for this change,” said Ren

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