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- BT team gets down to e-business. // Marketing Week;10/8/1998, Vol. 21 Issue 32, p8
Reports that BT has set up a new team in 1998 within its Great Britain's product and solutions division to deal exclusively with electronic business. Appointment of Eric Guilloteau as general manager of electronic commerce marketing; Comments from Neil Mellor, head of electronic commerce...
- Phone scam raises security fears. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;09/06/97, Vol. 155 Issue 2098, p22
Reports on the admission made by British Telecom that two of its employees tampered with the public telephone network for personal gains. Concerns on the security of the company's network against fraud.
- The people person. Hobbs, Kathryn // Lawyer;12/17/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 50, p12
Features Philip Bramwell, head of legal department at British Telecommunication (BT) breakaway company, mm02. Reason for the decision to separate BT core businesses; First task of Bramwell; Reason for Bramwell's commitment to building relationships with a number of preferred advisers.
- Curses! Sholto reveals all about his posh past to the readers of Hello! // Campaign;03/06/98, Issue 10, p56
Profiles Sholto Douglas-Home, British Telecom's head of advertising. Background information on Douglas-Home; Detailed information on his family life.
- New jobs for old. Morris, Rupert // Management Today;Mar96, p64
Presents information on the importance of jobs in various markets. Reasons for job cutbacks at British Telecom (BT); Expectations that BT will lose market share as cable companies become more popular and more jobs are created; What was the employment and grocery retailing growth since 1983;...
- EE turns to ex-marketer for top job as BT takeover looms. Hobbs, Thomas // Marketing Week (Online Edition);1/4/2016, p6
The article announces that Marc Allera, chief commercial officer of mobile network operator Everything Everywhere (EE) will become its chief executive officer (CEO) once the pending takeover of EE by British Telecommunications (BT) has been approved by the Competition and Markets Authority.
- Call goes out for staff in Belfast. // People Management;03/05/98, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p9
Reports that Securicor Recruitment Services and Adecco Alfred Marks have recruited staff for British Telecommunications' Apollo call center in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
- `Oppressive management' behind call centre strike. Lamb, Jon // People Management;11/25/99, Vol. 5 Issue 23, p13
Focuses on the strike by employees at British Telecom call centers in Great Britain. What the employees are protesting; Reaction of the company to the workforce's grievances; Effect of the high level of staff turnover.
- Hotline. // Campaign (UK);07/31/98, Issue 31, p3
Presents information on various issues which relates to advertising in Great Britain. Appointment of Quiet Storm company to promote a television campaign for a range of shampoos; Departure of BT company's marketing communications head, Dominic Owens; Name of the individual who will succeed...