Softbank Corp. President and Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son (left), seen with Sprint CEO Dan Hesse in 2012, reportedly likes the idea of having “disruptor” John Legere as CEO of a combined Sprint and T-Mobile.
Softbank Corp. President and Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son (left), seen with Sprint CEO Dan Hesse in 2012, reportedly likes the idea of having “disruptor” John Legere as CEO of a combined Sprint and T-Mobile. Koji Sasahara ASSOCIATED PRESS file photo
Softbank Corp. President and Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son (left), seen with Sprint CEO Dan Hesse in 2012, reportedly likes the idea of having “disruptor” John Legere as CEO of a combined Sprint and T-Mobile. Koji Sasahara ASSOCIATED PRESS file photo

A Sprint T-Mobile merger poses challenges even if it doesn’t turn into Nextel 2.0

July 18, 2014 03:40 PM