Topic: personnel announcements
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Mike Poth’s efforts helped secure AT&T as FirstNet’s nationwide wireless contractor in deploying and maintaining the NPSBN during his tenure.
Samsung's Injong Rhee has been named a Google entrepreneur in residence, a move that underscores the internet giant’s efforts in the IoT space.
Andrew Sherrard, who describes himself as the "architect" behind T-Mobile's uncarrier strategy, has reportedly left the company.
Dish Network's Charlie Ergen will step down from his role as CEO to oversee the company's effort to build a wireless network to serve the IoT.
Here are some other stories we're following this morning.
Andy Rubin has reportedly has taken a leave from Essential after news that he left Google in 2014 following a claim of an inappropriate relationship.
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.