The Excel Phenomenon: The Astonishing Success Story of the Fastest-growing Communications Company--and what it Means to You
The 1984 breakup of the AT&T monopoly on long-distance networks and local exchange services created an amazing opportunity for new telecommunications enterprises. This realistic and upbeat assessment focuses on EXCEL, a new kind of business that would capitalize on these opportunities, taking an inside look at the incredible growth of this company, the pitfalls EXCEL has faced, and the issues long-distance companies must face in the future.
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