Commentary: Forget corporate welfare, AT&T

Summary:Responding to Michael Armstrong's call to break up the Baby Bells, Eric Rabe, Verizon's vice president of National Media Relations, says AT&T's CEO should stop looking for "government protection" and instead concentrate on competing. Read the column.

Responding to Michael Armstrong's call to break up the Baby Bells, Eric Rabe, Verizon's vice president of National Media Relations, says AT&T's CEO should stop looking for "government protection" and instead concentrate on competing. Read the column. -- Special to ZDNet

Topics: AT&T, Verizon

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