Disconnecting parties: managing the Bell System break-up : an inside view
The AT&T vice president responsible for divestiture planning details the entire process of the break-up and reorganization of the Bell System, focusing with an insider's eye on the daily challenges, responses, and managerial decisions involved
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Divestiture Planning Diary
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