Covad hits bump as it moves into a retail market

Greene, Tim
June 2000
Network World;06/26/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on Covad Communications' repositioning of itself as a retailer rather than a wholesale vendor of high-speed Internet access services. Company's June 2000 announcement that it expects to sell fewer digital subscriber line (DSL) accounts in 2000; Decline in the company's share prices; Company's plan to acquire BlueStar Communications, a vendor of Internet access services to businesses in the southeast.


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