Topic: personnel announcements
Glenn Lurie, who recently stepped down from his role as president and CEO of AT&T Mobility Consumer Operations, was named CEO at Synchronoss.
Ericsson has once again shuffled its front office as the company continues to struggle in a tough worldwide market for telecom gear vendors.
AT&T expanded the roles of two public-sector executives after losing two key leaders in the last few weeks.
Marni Walden will step down as president of Verizon's Global Media business at the end of the year before leaving the company entirely in February.
Google said it will spend $1.1 billion to acquire part of HTC's mobile development personnel as it steps up its pursuit of the hardware market.
Sprint hired Ivo Rook to lead its IoT business as the carrier sharpens its focus on connected devices.
Intel will eliminate nearly 140 jobs in the U.S. and Ireland after dropping three of its IoT-focused product lines in June.
John Horn is no longer the CEO of IoT provider Ingenu, according to people familiar with the company’s plans who asked not to be named.
The CBRS Alliance elected CTIA to its board of directors—notable given the alliance represents a diverse set of interests that haven’t always seen eye to eye.
ZTE has reportedly tapped the chief of its U.S. business to lead its worldwide phone operations just a month after pleading guilty to violating U.S. trade sanctions.