Attention, shoppers

Booth, Stephen A.
June 1999
Adweek Eastern Edition;6/14/1999, Vol. 40 Issue 24, p28
Explains how consumers will benefit from the consolidation trend in the telecommunications industry of the United States. Expansion and enhancement of services from merged telephone companies and cable television providers; Charter Communications' closely spaced series of acquisitions; Computer software company Microsoft's plans for a joint bid to acquire the cable assets of Deutsche Telekom.


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