The Microsoft Exchange vulnerability debacle, which has been reported on to extensively by The Hacker
Engadget is reporting that John Legere, while once a possibility floated as the next WeWork CEO, is no longer in the running. Sure the convenient excuse for this is that Softbank is the majority owner in both WeWork and Sprint which T-Mobile is merging with so there is a conflict of interest. I get it, and it is a completely reasonable explanation for why Mr. Legere will not be the next WeWork CEO.
However, I would speculate that he also wants nothing to do with the dumpster fire that is WeWork currently. He would go from the savior of T-Mobile to the CEO of a company that is despised and mired in turmoil. I don’t care how much of a turnaround CEO you are, willfully walking into a company like WeWork right now is not the note you want your career to go out on. Much better to be the person who successfully merges and T-Mobile and Sprint than to be the one that goes down on the WeWork ship.