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  2. AT&T Corporation - Wikipedia

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    AT&T Corporation, originally the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, is the subsidiary of AT&T Inc. that provides voice, video, data, and Internet telecommunications and professional services to businesses, consumers, and government agencies.

  3. YP Holdings - Wikipedia

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    On December 29, 2006, AT&T added BellSouth Advertising & Publishing Corporation, or "BAPCO" to its roster of directory publishers. As a result, in January 2007, all companies who had been doing business as AT&T Yellow Pages started doing business as AT&T Advertising & Publishing, while the AT&T Yellow Pages name was retained.

  4. Ameritech - Wikipedia

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    AT&T Teleholdings, Inc., formerly known as Ameritech Corporation (and before that American Information Technologies Corporation), is an American telecommunications company that arose out of the 1984 AT&T divestiture. Ameritech was one of the seven Regional Bell Operating Companies that was created following the breakup of the Bell System.

  5. Ron Ponder - Wikipedia

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    In 1996 AT&T had been so thoroughly altered by combinations of court decree, market and political forces that Ponder was wooed away by a new set of challenges. He acquired a position as president and CEO of BDSI, a full-service consulting and systems development firm in New Jersey [19] Under Ponder and his new team, the company thrived and grew ...

  6. AT&T Mexico - Wikipedia

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    AT&T launched several new plans on August 24, 2015 under the AT&T brand and began renaming Iusacell and Nextel stores in a process that was completed by the end of 2016. AT&T invested an additional $3 billion in Mexico through 2018 to expand its high-speed mobile broadband `coverage to 100 million people, The company currently holds the largest ...

  7. Convergys - Wikipedia

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    Convergys Corporation was a corporation based in Cincinnati, Ohio, that sold customer management and information management products, primarily to large corporations. . Customer management products included agent assisted, self-service and care software tailored to the communications, financial services, technology, retail, healthcare and government

  8. EarthLink - Wikipedia

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    EarthLink business internet sells business telecom services, IT and virtualization, cloud computing, IT security, digital marketing, colocation, hosted applications and support services. The company owns and operates a U.S. network including 29,421 route miles of fiber, 90 metro fiber rings, and eight data centers.

  9. Sam Wyly - Wikipedia

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    In 2000, sold Sterling Commerce to AT&T for $3.9 billion. Five years later in 2005, AT&T resold the company for $1.4 billion to IBM. In 2002, co-founded Ranger Capital, a fund focused on small-cap stocks.: 224–225 As of 2006, Wyly was co-founder with son, Evan, the largest clean-energy producer Green Mountain Energy.