AT&T promotes senior executives Lurie, de la Vega to new roles

Shawn Knight

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AT&T has given a pair of senior executives some noteworthy promotions. The nation's second largest wireless carrier recently confirmed that Mobility chief Ralph de la Vega has been reassigned to run the company's new Mobile and Business Solutions Group.
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captaincranky

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So then, is this where the "Peter Principle" begins to take hold?

OR:

"As the New York Times points out, de la Vega is perhaps best known for leading AT&T away from popular unlimited smartphone plans and towards more lucrative plans that involve buckets of data".

AT&T's mobile and cellular customers should be expecting higher phone bills?
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

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So then, is this where the "Peter Principle" begins to take hold?

OR:

"As the New York Times points out, de la Vega is perhaps best known for leading AT&T away from popular unlimited smartphone plans and towards more lucrative plans that involve buckets of data".

AT&T's mobile and cellular customers should be expecting higher phone bills?
Well somebody has to subsidize his and his family's long, expensive overseas calls to their extended family and friends, their exorbitant roaming charges, their unlimited high speed data because he sure as hell has no intention of coughing up. Oh yes, I almost forgot, Somebody also has to subsidize their extravagant lifestyle.
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