Clearwire Announces Changes to Board of Directors KIRKLAND, Wash., Sep 30, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ: CLWR), a leading provider of wireless broadband services and operator of the largest 4G network in the country, today announced that Daniel R. Hesse, Keith O. Cowan, and Steven L. Elfman have resigned from the Clearwire board of directors. Hesse, Cowan and Elfman are all officers of Sprint Nextel Corporation and were nominated to the Clearwire board by Sprint. Clearwire was informed by Sprint that the decisions to resign were made out of an abundance of caution to address questions raised by Clearwire regarding new developments in antitrust law. Clearwire's board structure allows for 13 members, seven of which Sprint has the right to appoint. The remaining four Sprint appointees to the Clearwire board are unchanged, and Sprint reserved the right to appoint new members to the Clearwire board at a later date. About Clearwire Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR), through its operating subsidiaries, is a leading provider of wireless broadband services. Clearwire's 4G network is currently available in areas of the U.S. where approximately 66 million people live and the company plans to continue to expand its 4G coverage. Clearwire's open all-IP network, combined with significant spectrum holdings, provides an unprecedented combination of speed and mobility to deliver next generation broadband access. The company markets its 4G service through its own brand called CLEAR(R) as well as through its wholesale relationships with Sprint, Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Strategic investors include Intel Capital, Comcast, Sprint, Google, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks. Clearwire is headquartered in Kirkland, Wash. Additional information is available at http://www.clearwire.com.
Somebody whack 'em on the noggin and tell 'em we want 'unlimited all the shtuff' for 29 bucks a month, forever, with no stupid-evil contracts. Them just whack 'em again.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
I think that is what they were doing Neil.
They probably left because they didn't want other people telling them who they had to hire and work with!
Someone is probably trying to push some form of Union anti-captlst control on the company so they can destroy it from the inside like so many other companies over the past twenty years!
Its one thing to stop other companies from trying to recruit employees from the companies you work with. But when a so called business partner starts to force who you must hire! That is just getting scary.
The problem here is that Sprint is trying to whack Clearwire on the head and say you need to charge $100 for you unlimited per month! These guys probably saw the signs and said enough is enough.
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