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New CEO at TDS on tech innovation and leadership (Part 1)

on that will ride on that broadband network.

What that means from a company perspective is we'll really turn the organization around and say historically, a telephone company is focused on, "I'm going to sell the customer voice services, and then I'm going to add data services on top of that." And you really need to turn that around and say, "I want to sell that customer broadband servic......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas and Mike Klein 01/03/07


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