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T-Mobile CEO Tells Mad Money’s Jim Cramer: ‘Shut up and listen’

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If there is one CEO in the cellular industry who has Wall Street heads turning, Jim Cramer thinks it is T-Mobile CEO John Legere.

"You might think that in a company with tens of thousands of workers, one individual, even if he is the top guy, just can't make much of a difference. I'm telling you that view is dead wrong," the "Mad Money" host said.

Cramer has been following T-Mobile CEO John Legere, as he launched what Cramer describes as a one-man guerrilla war against the rest of the industry. He has done so by creating a mobile company that provides transparency with no long-term contracts, cheaper prices and better competition. And based on the strong quarter reported by T-Mobile on Tuesday morning, these tactics are working; it confirmed that it added 1.8 million customers. The "Mad Money" host thinks the stock would have been up even higher on Tuesday, if it weren't for the fact that T-Mobile has been spending so much to build out its network to compete more aggressively in the future.

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Reshoring Initiative Data Report: Reshoring and FDI Boost U.S. Manufacturing in 2014

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The bleeding of manufacturing jobs to offshore has stopped. In the last decade the U.S. has gone from losing about 140,000 manufacturing jobs per year to gaining 10,000 or more per year. There are still 3 to 4 million manufacturing jobs offshore, a huge potential for U.S. economic growth.

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5 Things to Watch in the First-Quarter GDP Report

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The government will be releasing its first-quarter estimate of economic growth on Wednesday, and the GDP number isn’t expected to be pretty. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal are forecasting growth at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1%, which would be the worst performance in a year. Here’s what to look for in the report:

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