AT&T Spells Out Terms
- Tests in a tough market. Elkin, Tobi // Advertising Age;7/2/2001, Vol. 72 Issue 27, p4
The article reports on the plans of AT and T Wireless to spin off its parent company AT and T Corp. and become an independent firm in the U.S. in 2001. Key issues discussed include the importance of choosing an advertising agency for positioning the new firm, agencies bidding for the account and...
- When 2+2=5. Mehta, Stephanie N. // Fortune International (Europe);7/9/2001, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p74
Offers stock projections of the AT&T spinoff AT&T Wireless (AWE). Possibility that AWE could end its first day as an independent company with close to the same market capitalization as AT&T; Analysis of the stock prices of AT&T and AWE and a forecast of the likely outcome as AWE goes from a...
- When 2+2=5. Mehta, Stephanie N. // Fortune;7/9/2001, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p160
This article calculates the worth of AT&T Wireless (AWE) after it is spun off from parent AT&T in July 2001, and describes the impact of the breakup on AT&T. Most analysts estimate that the wireless business represents about $5 to $6 of each share of AT&T, which now sells for about $20. That...
- AT&T sells remaining interest in AT&T Wireless. // RCR Wireless News;1/7/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p17
Reports on the decision of AT&T Corp. to sell its remaining ownership of AT&T Wireless Services Inc. Estimate on the worth of the shares; Investment of NTT DoCoMo on the company; Market reaction of the spin-off.
- AT&T Wireless Walks The Street Alone. Mendez-Wilson, Deborah // Wireless Week;7/16/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 29, p1
Provides information on AT&T Wireless after its spinoff from AT&T Corp. Tour conducted by company executives to inform regional offices of plans for AT&T Wireless; Strengths of the company; Value of the spinoff deal.
- AT&T Wireless Sells Fixed "Wireless Local Loop" Assets. Spector, Phillip L. // Venulex Legal Summaries;2002 Q1, p1
The article reports on the decision of AT&T Wireless (ATTW) to sell its wireless local loop infrastructure and technology to Netro Corp. AT&T Corp. transferred its fixed wireless assets to ATTW as part of the company's spinoff from AT&T. ATTW exited the wireless market to concentrate on its core...
- AT&T's plan to shed paging unit doesn't knell death of industry. Bruno, Anthony // RCR;12/08/97, Vol. 16 Issue 48, p22
Presents information on plans by American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) to sell its Wireless Messaging Division. Comments by Ruthlyn Newell, AT&T corporate spokeswoman; Speculations of paging industry analysts; Background information on AT&T paging operations.
- AT&T Progeny Graduates. McCall, Margo // Wireless Week;05/21/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 21, p1
Explores telecommunication company AT&T Wireless Incorporated's prospects once it leaves parent company AT&T Corporation. AT&T Wireless' assets and debt as of the end of 2000; AT&T Wireless' revenue for the first quarter of 2001; Reason for the breakout of AT&T Wireless.
- AT&T Units Must Swim Alone. McCall, Margo // Wireless Week;10/30/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 44, p1
Reveals the options of AT&T Corp.'s wireless operations to respond to market changes to improve their performance in the telecommunication industry. Increase in the revenue of AT&T Wireless Group in the third quarter of 2000; View of some analysts on the reorganization of AT&T.