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PRODUCTS: TMNG Launches Thorough Financial Review Service

Posted: 04/2002 TMNG Launches Thorough Financial Review ServiceThe Management Network Group Inc. (TMNG), has unveiled its Operational Performance Appraisal (OPA) service, which provides a comprehensive review of the complete operational picture behind a communication companies’ financial results.The company says OPA gives communications product and service providers the ability to identify areas of opportunity or loss […]

Special Report: Agency Eases Disaster Recovery

Posted: 11/2001 Special Report Restoring America’s Connections Agency Eases Disaster Recovery By Tara Seals In the aftermath of the World Trade Center twin towers collapse, unrest and insecurity run through the business world, as everyone tries to make sense of the post-attack economy. Disaster recovery and business continuity services, like those offered by Fortune Consulting […]

Special Report: Terrorism Forces Review of Communications Policy

Posted: 11/2001 Special Report Restoring America’s Connections Terrorism Forces Review of Communications Policy By Kim Sunderland The nation’s communications regulatory stage will be set and reset during the coming months, as policymakers grapple with the rules and decisions that will affect telecom, broadcast and the information sectors in light of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks […]

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

Posted: 06/2000 If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It Is it simply election-year politics, or is the Telecommunications Act of 1996 broken?For some, like Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the Telecom Act never has lived up to its promise of encouraging competition. He points to the continuous parade of mergers, buyouts and acquisitions as proof the […]

Bottom Line: Poor Hires Carry a High Price

Posted: 06/2000 Poor Hires Carry a High Price By Jim Marsh The problems started innocently. Sales personnel asked what was happening to their commissions. Like most salespeople, they had calculated to the penny the amount due them, but the anticipated amounts didn’t appear on their checks.Then, the customer service department experienced an increased level of […]

FCC Attempts to Streamline Merger Reviews

Posted:  02/2000 FCC Attempts to Streamline Merger Reviews BY KIM SUNDERLAND In response to what he calls unprecedented consolidation in the telecommunications industry, and no doubt retorting to political pressures from Capitol Hill, FCC Chairman William E. Kennard has directed the federal agency’s top attorney to evaluate the commission’s merger review process. Kennard has directed […]

How the FCC Fared: 1999 Court Opinion Wrap Up

Posted: 12/1999 How the FCC Fared: 1999 Court Opinion Wrap Up Gulf Power Co., et al. v. FCC, 187 F.3d 1324 (11th Cir.) [No. 98-2403, Sept. 9] Challenges to the constitutionality of the 1996 Telecommunications Act’s amendments to the pole attachment provisions of the Communications Act. The 11th Circuit affirmed the district court’s judgment in […]

Will Congress Pull Plug on FCC Merger ReviewPower?

Posted: 08/1999 Will Congress Pull Plug on FCC Merger Review Power? By Kim Sunderland Several members of Congress, hell bent on restructuring or even eradicating the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), now are threatening to remove the federal agency’s authority to review proposed mergers between telecommunications companies. While many industry insiders consider this congressional warning ludicrous–mainly […]

The World Is Calling–What Is Your Answer?

Posted: 06/1998 The World Is Calling–What Is Your Answer? A Review of Telecommunications and Higher Education: Issues, Opportunities, and Applications By Dr. James M. Dodson Colleges, universities, and independent schools continue to receive numerous calls related to telecommunications from their constituents–calls for availability, accessibility, no-fault operation, flexibility, universality, affordability and the latest technology. How institutions […]

Can’t Go IPO?

Posted: 11/1997   Can’t Go IPO? You’re Not Helpless Take Control By Restructuring By Michael H. Wirpel Here’s the scene: Your margins, profits and self-esteem are shrinking. Your cash flow is negative; you are not positioned for either an IPO or new debt. There appears to be no way to salvage the business. Pictures of […]

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