AT&T Exec Splits For Peapod Post

October 1999
Wireless Week;10/04/99, Vol. 5 Issue 40, p34
Trade Publication
Reports on the moving of former AT&T Wireless executive Bill Malloy as chief executive of Peapod Inc. His contributions at AT&T Wireless; Career background; Information on Peapod Inc.


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