SPOTLIGHT: Former VoiceStream exec managing T-Mobile's cycling team

A very interesting story from BusinessWeek talks about how Bob Stapleton, co-founder of VoiceStream Wireless, subsequently bought out by Deutsche Telekom to become T-Mobile USA in 2000, is now working to clean up professional cycling. Stapleton, who is now a multi-millionaire after selling his stake in VoiceStream, is now managing the T-Mobile professional cycling team, which has been a part of the doping scandal plaguing the entire sport. He's got a plan to put the once high-flying team back on track. Article

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