Growing Through Acquisitions, Bite By Bite
- Multi-Link's Indy office targeted for expansion. Pugh, Lori // Indianapolis Business Journal;07/10/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p8A
Reports that Hellyer Communications' parent company, Multi-Link Telecommunications Inc., intends to acquire voice messaging companies, a move expected to increase number of employees in its Indianapolis, Indiana, office. Public offering of Multi-Link in 1999 after its acquisition of Hellyer...
- SWITCHING TO VoIP. Ohlhorst, Frank // CRN;11/20/2006 Supplement, p32
The article evaluates the multi-link device TeleVoIP Stick TVS 301 from Multi-Link Telecommunications Inc. and offers information on its installation, features and price.
- Another factor. Woelflein, Mike // ColoradoBiz;Jul2001, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p90
Explains the financing concept of factoring method. Information on the cost of factoring; Perception of business people on the method; Information on Multi-Link Telecommunications based in Denver, Colorado.
- PC VoIP Services See Influx of Handsets. Scoblete, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;1/30/2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p54
The article reports on the Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) products launched by several manufacturers at International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada in January 2006. DalCom introduced the DalFon retail package which bundles a USB handset and works over DalComs SIP-based VoIP network. Multi-Link...
- Glenayre invests in Multi-Link. // RCR;05/22/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p26
Announces Multi-Link Telecommunications Inc.'s decision to sign a letter of intent for Glenayre Technologies Inc. to invest in its restricted common stock.
- Competition on hold. // Christian Science Monitor;6/23/97, Vol. 89 Issue 145, p20
Editorial. Comments on mergers in the telecommunication industry in the United States. Reason why monopolies were split up; Merger between AT&T Corporation and SBC Communications Corporation.
- Merging to compete or to dominate? Cruz, Sherri // Las Vegas Business Press;08/10/98, Vol. 15 Issue 32, p19
Focuses on the merger trend among telecommunication companies in the United States. Threat seen by smaller companies in major corporate mergers; Impact of the Telecommunications Act on the trend.
- Back in the game. Carter, Wayne // Telephony;02/02/98, Vol. 233 Issue 5, p5
Focuses on the trend of consolidation taking place in the telecommunication industry in the United States. Talks of a merger between AT&T and SBC; Possibility for the industry to set back into a state of monopolistic competition; Growth potential of the telecommunication market.
- Merger mania. Fusting, Pamela // Rural Telecommunications;May/Jun97, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p20
Looks at the merger activity in the telecommunication industry in the United States in 1997. Merger mania as a free-market activity; Question concerning its impact on competition in the industry; Antitrust issues; Acquisition as a strategy for growth; Role of employees in making mergers a success.