News Articles

Prompted by a flurry of media coverage, a group of AT & Ts institutional investors, primarily religious groups, have sent a letter to AT & T

7/23/2000 08:00:00 PM Eastern

Prompted by a flurry of media coverage, a group of AT & T's institutional investors, primarily religious groups, have sent a letter to AT & T asking it to "reconsider" its decision to partner with The Hot Network to offer a sexually explicit adult network on its cable systems. The groups, which claim to hold a total of 2.8 million AT & T shares (a fraction of 1%), sent a letter to the company asking it to "return to its traditions of responsible corporate behavior." AT & T spokeswoman Tracy Hollingsworth replied: "We want to be responsive to our shareholders and customers. Launching on digital puts the control in consumer's hands."

 

Alert to All Users of the Disqus commenting system:
Because of a recent global security issue, the Disqus website recommends that all users change their Disqus passwords. Here's a URL about the issue:
http://engineering.disqus.com/2014/04/10/heartbleed.html

 

April
May