Originally published: June 28, 2012
Last updated: June 28, 2012 - 4:20pm
Now we know why T-Mobile USA's CEO, Philipp Humm, resigned: He's heading to European wireless competitor Vodafone.
Humm, who helmed T-Mobile USA for two years, will now be Vodafone's chief executive of the northern and central Europe region. That's one of two new operating regions for Vodafone, which also named Paolo Bertoluzzo to head up the southern Europe region. Michel Combes held the CEO title for all of Europe operations until he left last month to join Vivendi.
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