Those Who Gave All

By Matt Nodine, AT&T Assistant Vice President of Federal Regulatory (Lieutenant Colonel, United States Marine Corps Reserve) Honoring America’s fallen warriors has a rich and storied history. Originally created to remember those who died during the Civil War, we now pause nationwide at 3 p.m. on the last Monday of May each year for a…

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AT&T Statement on New Connect America Fund Rules

The following statement may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson: “In 2011, the FCC began comprehensive reform of its universal service programs to transition them from voice services to broadband. Today’s action is a significant milestone on this ambitious agenda. CAF II will target universal service subsidies to places where there is not an adequate…

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TechGirls: My Day with the Next Generation of Innovators

The following may be attributed to Amy Alvarez, AT&T Executive Director of International External Affairs: For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege to host TechGirls – an international exchange program for girls from the Middle East and North Africa – at AT&T’s office in D.C. for a day of job-shadowing. It’s one of my favorite…

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M2M: Exploring the Business And Environmental Benefits

By John Schulz, AT&T Director of Sustainability Operations Over the last 20 years we’ve experienced a communications revolution. The ways in which people are connected globally radically changed, bringing with it change to the way we live, work and play. As people-to-people communication evolves, a new evolution is gaining momentum, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication. M2M technology…

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