Tag Archives: AT&T

The AOR Gravy Train Has Run out of Fuel

Digital Equipment Corporation — aka DEC or Digital — had close to 80 public relations agencies working on its behalf around the world by the mid 1990′s.  The tech giant’s global PR budget was extensive, but I don’t think anyone … Continue reading

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Pinch to Zoom Is So 2010

April 6 won’t be just any Wednesday for me. It’s the day AT&T promises me a deep discount on a new smartphone. More importantly, though, it’s the day we’re helping to launch a new company, a company that makes an … Continue reading

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Reputation Wrap-Up

Digital Dilemmas Recent telecommunications controversies have put the reputations of two global technology leaders to the test: Google and Research in Motion (RIM), the manufacturer of Blackberry smartphones. Here’s a quick rundown: Google: No Longer Neutral? Google has long been … Continue reading

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