A reshuffle at Sprint has prompted the ouster of four executives, according to a report.
The country’s number three telecom firm is merging the sales and marketing for its business and consumer operations, Reuters reports, citing a memo written by CEO Dan Hesse (pictured) that the news service obtained. As part of that reshuffling, Paget Alves, head of the company’s business operation, will also become chief sales officer for consumer sales. Bill Malloy will be head marketer for business and consumer services.
The reorganization is prompting Bob H. Johnson, head of customer services, and John Carney, head of consumer marketing, to leave the company. Danny Bowman, the president of integrated solutions, is also leaving, Reuters reports, as is Chris Rogers, another senior executive.
Reps from Sprint could not be reached for comment on the report.
In the memo, Hesse said the move was prompted by the convergence of consumer and business use for smart phones, Reuters reports. Many cons...