Moby Slick

Silva, Jeffrey
August 1999
RCR;08/30/99, Vol. 18 Issue 35, p12
Trade Publication
Comments on the United States Federal Communications Commission's backing of Nextel Communications Inc.'s hostile takeover attempt against NextWave Telecom Inc. Actions of the agency in the wake of NextWave's emergence from bankruptcy reorganization; Attempts of the agency to recoup C-block telecommunication licenses from NextWave.


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