AT&T shakes up management after the failed T-Mobile bid, shifts focus to its wireless operations
0. phoneArena 01 Feb 2012, 03:20 posted on
John Stankey, who has been a head of most every business unit in his long career with the carrier, will be promoted to a newly-minted title of "Group President & Chief Strategy Officer." Forrest Miller, who was AT&T's lead for corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, will be retiring, probably because no merger and acquisition actually took place...
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1. oueighteen95 (Posts: 25; Member since: 20 Dec 2011)
Finally they start focusing on the network, something they should have been focused on years ago. If they want to catch up to Verizon's LTE, they are gonna have to really devout alot of time and money which I can't see AT&T doing.
2. Jarahawk (Posts: 43; Member since: 04 Dec 2011)
If they cannot impede other carriers from progressing then I suppose they will just have to get off of their behinds and compete.
3. networkdood (Posts: 6329; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
I doubt they will just focus on the wireless network - they have wireless call centers selling UVERSE TV/INTERNET/PHONE - they jam it down their customer's throats. Wireless takes a backseat to UVERSE as customers pay more each month for the home services....