Q&A: CTIA's Steve Largent on Innovation, Spectrum

April 2009
Wireless Week;4/1/2009 Supplement, p34
Trade Publication
An interview with Steve Largent, chief executive officer of the Cellular Telecommunication & Internet Association, is presented. When asked about the potential of stimulus bill package proposed by U.S. President Barack Obama, he states that he is willing and determine to work with the administration the best way he could. He thinks that Obama is technologically savvy in which he recognized the significant role of wireless communication in the economic industry.


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