“The FCC’s decision is a dramatic break from years of solid precedent,” Robert Quinn, AT&T senior vice president of federal regulatory, said in an e-mailed statement. “This seems intended to justify more regulation in a market where it is clear beyond doubt that regulation is simply unwarranted.”
Friday, May 21, 2010
FCC Says Wireless Concentration Rises; AT&T Disagrees (Update1) - BusinessWeek: "May 20 (Bloomberg) --
The Federal Communications Commission said concentration is rising among U.S. mobile-telephone providers, a conclusion that AT&T Inc., the nation’s second- biggest wireless company, said may lead to more regulation."
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