T-Mobile CEO John Legere steps down, Mike Sievert to assume role

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T-Mobile CEO John Legere is leaving his position leading the telecom company next year. He will be succeeded by T-Mobile's current COO Mike Sievert. Legere is a potential candidate to run beleaguered co-working company WeWork, but there is no official word on what his next step will be.

Ford has revealed its new electric Mustang, the Mustang Mach-E. It's a fully electric performance crossover SUV expected to be priced around $44,000. The Mach-E takes aim at both electric vehicles and the crossover market, and is hoping a combination of style and prestige will drive sales.

Apple CEO Tim Cook will give President Donald Trump a personal tour of Apple's manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas. At the facility, Mac Pro computers are assembled. Apple is pushing for tariff exemptions as the U.S.-China trade war continues. Most of Apple's products are still built in China.

 

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