Mototrola's Jha is world's top-paid CEO; Sprint launches new ad campaigns

> Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha is technically the world's top-paid CEO, with a take of $104 million in 2008, though most of that is in stock options that are essentially worthless. Article

> Sprint Nextel launched two new ad campaigns, dropping CEO Dan Hesse as pitchman in favor of focusing on data on its Now Network and on the potential cost-savings with Sprint. Release

> Skype's announcement that it would launch its VoIP application for the iPhone and on Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices has caused a furor among operators, but their hostility to the idea may be futile. Commentary

> Orange France plans on launching an iPhone-based mobile TV service. Article

> Telefónica has hooked its LTE equipment into a 2G/3G operational network for the first time to test its maturity. Article

> Alvarion has won a rural WiMAX contract to provide service in Florida and Georgia. Article

> Motorola hosted an LTE drive test last week during the CTIA Wireless 2009 conference in Las Vegas. Article

And finally... Police in Detroit prevented an organized pillow fight that was to take place over the weekend in a downtown park. Article

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