Who Would Lead T-Mobile-Sprint? Sprint CEO Answers

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May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Dan Hesse, CEO at Sprint, discusses a possible Sprint merger with T-Mobile on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The wireless industry and we sell sprint combining with another carrier, the likelihood is they can only be one, who is going to run the show?

That remains to be seen.

What do you want to do?

You're putting me on the spot.

It really depends.

What is the scenario under which you would not want to be the ceo?

That is tough to contemplate.

It depends upon what i wanted to.

I am 60 years old.

I have a lot of things i still want to do in life.

I see some fire left in your belly.

There is a lot less than it can go in a lot of directions.

Look at all the companies involved in wireless, it could be a wireless carrier.

Creating this is a device was -- creating this music device was four ceos coming together.

There are a lot of great ways to stay involved in this business.

One of the things about sprint, any ceo talks about the ideal period of time is around seven years, i am coming up around 6.5 years.

I could continue but it might also be a good opportunity for something else.

Is sounds as though we would not bother you if you did not run the merged company.

It would not.

Over the course of the last seven years, sprint has continued to lose customers.

When you think you will be able to turn this around?

Second half of this year.

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