King of Qwest holds court

Brown, Bob
October 1998
Network World;10/12/98, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p12
Trade Publication
Interviews Joe Nacchio, chief executive officer of Qwest Communications International Inc. Timetable for the supply of core network services to big business customers; United States Federal Communication Commission's ruling against plans to market long-distance services; Rationale for building computer networks on packet and circuit-switching technologies.


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