IDT Moves In; Mandl Moves On
- Goodbye to all that. Meyers, Jason // Telephony;05/07/2001, Vol. 240 Issue 19, p108
Presents an opinion about the resignation of Alex Mandl as chief executive officer of Associated Communications which later became Teligent. Indication of Mandl's departure with the company; Analysis of Mandl's move when he took the position at Teligent in 1996.
- Brain trust. Meyers, Jason // Telephony;09/08/97, Vol. 233 Issue 10, p93
Features the telecommunication company Teligent founded by Alex Mandl. Leadership style of Mandl; Success of Mandl in recruiting the best personnel in the telecommunication industry; Plan to offer fixed access services to business customers housed in office buildings and corporate campuses;...
- CAREER COUNSEL. Koudsi, Suzanne // Fortune;6/11/2001, Vol. 143 Issue 12, p38
Presents suggestions for the employment of Alex Mandl, former head of failed telecom upstart Teligent. Possibilities in business services, cable, or media; Opinion that he would not be good for a small company; Statement that he should join company which needs a leader to mold a vision.
- Bookmarks. // Fortune;2/1/1999, Vol. 139 Issue 2, p142
Presents information on Alex Mandl, who is the chief executive officer of Teligent Inc. Discussion on his career in the telecommunications industry in the United States; Focus on some of the Web sites that he often visits; Description of Mandl as a flashy and brilliant telecom veteran.
- The time is ripe for new telecoms. Siedsma, Andrea // San Diego Business Journal;04/05/99, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p1
Focuses on Teligent Inc. with Alex J. Mandl as chief executive officer. Mandl's strategies for the telecommunication company; Mandl's departure from AT&T Corp. as president and chief operating officer; Introduction of Teligent's microwave digital wireless service in the United States market;...
- Teligent stays facilities-focused. Engebretson, Joan // Telephony;09/28/98, Vol. 235 Issue 13, p12
Focuses on competitive local exchange carrier Teligent Chairman Alex Mandl's commitment to a facilities-based approach. Utilization of wireless local loop technology to serve buildings that do not already have fiber connection; Plan to convert its point-to-point network in Los Angeles,...
- Besieged CLECs continue to flounder. Martin, Michael // Network World;05/07/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p22
Focuses on the competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) sector of the telecommunications industry in the United States as of May 7, 2001. Alex Mandl's resignation as chief executive officer of CLEC Teligent; Problems faced by CLEC firms.
- Teligent's Mandl sizes up a tough market. Pappalardo, Denise; Dix, John // Network World;03/06/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p27
Interviews Alex Mandl, chairman and chief executive officer of Teligent, on the market prospects for competitive local exchange carriers in the United States. Views on the competitive landscape; Potential shakeout in the industry; Testing and utilization of voice-over Internet protocol...
- Inside a wireless nightmare. Creswell, Julie // Fortune International (Europe);7/9/2001, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p46
Profiles Alex Mandl and the failure of his telecommunications company Teligent. His move from AT&T to the startup; Teligent's goal to compete with deregulated telecommunication companies; The 2000 collapse of the telecommunications sector; Teligent's struggles with licensing frequencies;...