AT&T is no AOL suitor

Halonen, Doug
March 1999
Electronic Media;03/08/99, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p35
Reports on AT&T chairman and CEO Michael Armstrong's denial of rumors that he is considering acquiring America Online. Reaction of AOL and other Internet service providers to AT&T's pending acquisition of TCI.


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