Shosteck's Wireless Adventure

Smith, Brad
October 2006
Wireless Week;10/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 21, p38
Trade Publication
The article looks at the professional career of wireless communication analyst Herschel Shosteck. Shosteck, a former president and CEO of CTIA, has announced his retirement in September 2006 due to a recurrence of cancer. During his career as analyst, he developed quarterly surveys of operators, agents and mass-market retailers. He was nominated and elected as a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.


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