AT&T close to filling second slot

October 1996
Electronic News (10616624);10/21/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2139, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on rumors that AT&T is coming close to announcing its new president who presumably will be heir apparent to chairman and chief executive Robert Allen.


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