Attention, Shoppers

Booth, Stephen A.
June 1999
MediaWeek;06/14/99, Vol. 9 Issue 24, Cable p28
Trade Publication
Elaborates on the implication of telecommunication company mergers on consumers. Significance of mergers on electronic commerce; How consumers can benefit from the mergers; Information on the deal between AT&T and Matsushita Electric.


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