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E-Channel – Lack of Tools, Strategy Hampers e-Business Web Efforts

Posted: 04/2001 E-Channel Lack of Tools, Strategy Hampers e-Business Web Efforts By Becky Bracken Wide variations in adoption and implementation of e-business strategies are typical in any industry, but they are even more noticeable within the conservative telecommunications sector. There are communications service providers that have been early adopters of complex Internet functionalities like electronic […]

Get Ready to Rumble

Posted:  02/2000 Get Ready to Rumble Pro-Bell Broadband Legislation Unravels the Telecom Act By Kim Sunderland In the world of telecom legislation, this is better than a Hulk Hogan versus Jesse Ventura wrestling match. It’s more engrossing than the NFL’s Super Bowl. It’s even bigger than a possible bipartisan presidential ticket. This is the drama […]

Business News – Study Finds Sprint, SNET Still No. 1 Among Long Distance Customers

Posted: 09/1999 Study Finds Sprint, SNET Still No. 1 Among Long Distance Customers By Liz Montalbano In a J.D. Power and Associates’ study recently released, Sprint Corp. and Southern New England Telecommunications Inc. (SNET) maintain their dominance for keeping residential long distance customers happy. The study from the Agoura Hills, Calif.-based research firm, "1999 Residential […]

Business News – Equalnet Communications Completes Reorganization of EqualNet Corp.

Posted: 08/1999 Equalnet Communications Completes Reorganization of EqualNet Corp. Equalnet Communications Corp., Houston, has completed the plan of reorganization for its wholly owned subsidiary, EqualNet Corp. "With this financial restructuring behind us, we can better devote our efforts to building shareholder value by repositioning our focus to emerging niches in the communications market," says Mitchell […]

U.S. Efforts to Reduce International Calling Costs Starting to Pay Off

Posted: 10/1998 U.S. Efforts to Reduce International Calling Costs Starting to Pay Off By Carol L. Bowers Notwithstanding the pending lawsuit over the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) attempt to reform international settlement rates last year, the agency is proceeding with an even greater overhaul that it says will benefit consumers worldwide. Regina Keeney, chief of […]

Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Posted: 07/1998 Follow the Yellow Brick Road Looking for a High-End Revenue Multiple? Put on Your Ruby Slippers By Casey Freymuth Illustration by Mike Ritter Roll-up strategies among interexchange carriers are generally the same and sound like this: Carrier A wants to achieve a high-end revenue multiple by becoming a Tier Two carrier ($100 million […]

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