Kuhl, Craig
February 2009
Wireless Week;2/1/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how the U.S. President Barack Obama administration is likely to treat the wireless industry. The initial reaction from wireless experts has been positive, based on indications that this is a tech-savvy administration team. Obama has emphasized the role telecommunications will play in his economic initiatives. For companies such as Clearwire, the new administration brings hope to the wireless industry as it has a better handle on how wireless will affect consumers.


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