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November 22, 1988
US Sprint Communications Co. has appointed J. Bowmar (Bow) Rodgers, Jr., as president of US Sprint's Western Business Market Group, headquartered in Burlingame.
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April 24, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nynex, Sprint Division Make Long-Distance Deal: Nynex Corp. of New York announced that it has signed a two-year contract with Sprint Communications Co. to sell long-distance service to be delivered over Sprint's network under the Nynex name. Financial terms were not disclosed. Nynex, a regional Bell operating company, plans to begin offering long-distance in some states outside its own Northeast territory within three months.
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BUSINESS
April 24, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nynex, Sprint Division Make Long-Distance Deal: Nynex Corp. of New York announced that it has signed a two-year contract with Sprint Communications Co. to sell long-distance service to be delivered over Sprint's network under the Nynex name. Financial terms were not disclosed. Nynex, a regional Bell operating company, plans to begin offering long-distance in some states outside its own Northeast territory within three months.
BUSINESS
October 22, 1991
The Woodland Hills office of AT&T that provides statewide telephone assistance to the deaf will close within five months, resulting in the elimination of 300 jobs, AT&T said. The office, currently operating under a four-year contract awarded by the state in 1987, recently lost its bid for a new contract to rival telecommunications company U.S. Sprint Communications Co. AT&T said it plans to retrain, relocate or provide outplacement services to the Woodland Hills employees.
BUSINESS
November 22, 1988
US Sprint Communications Co. has appointed J. Bowmar (Bow) Rodgers, Jr., as president of US Sprint's Western Business Market Group, headquartered in Burlingame.
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