Recipe for failure

Breidenbach, Susan
November 1997
Network World;11/17/97, Vol. 14 Issue 46, p59
Trade Publication
Part II. Addresses the ambiguities built into the Telecommunications Act of 1996 and the effectiveness of the US Federal Communications Commission's (USFCC) decision-making process. Impact of the act on the telecommunications industry in the United States; USFCC's move to circumvent the Eight Circuit's decision by including its pricing provision in the requirements. INSETS: Levin's parting words.;Glossary of terms: A guide to understanding the Act..


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