Ma Bell's Orphans | The Wall Street Journal, Framed Article Reprint, Oct. 19, 1983
Framed reprint of The Wall Street Journal's leader article in the stressful weeks before AT&T's 22 wholly owned telephone companies were forced to split by an antitrust settlement.
Some of the Baby Bells, the Journal reported, were "choosing to forgo use of the Bell name" as they were "striving for corporate images far broader than mere providers of a dial tone."
Ma Bell's Orphan's Regional Phone Firms Vie for Investor Dollars As Big Breakup Nears ------ Leaders Stage Road Shows; Companies Also Compete For Talent and Business ------ Is BellSouth Overconfident?
Original Publication Date: October 19, 1983
Page Article Appeared: A1
Frame Colors:Choice of blackor mahogany
Window opening:10 ½” X 13 ½”
Frame outer dimensions:19” X 22”
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