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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/27/2016 10:46:32 PM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
The bigger companies have to run scared--Please remember what happened to HP, Symantec, etc.--Anyone remember Digital, SGI, Computervision, etc.?     It is becoming more challenging--no question.

On the more immediate matter that Mike reported on and the community has commented on, I am not surprised at all--they have been partners for years so I can't help but wonder why they have not moved sooner.    

May we live in interesting times indeed....

 

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afwriter
afwriter
5/27/2016 11:57:32 AM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
@freehe I could not agree more, it stinks that we are always forced to choose the lesser of two evils and unfortunately the free market doesn't work in most cases because if there is competition from a small company the bigger company just comes by and buys them up. 

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freehe
freehe
5/26/2016 4:00:41 PM
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AT&T Kicking the Tires
The FCC said is was against big business so it made all the big businesses break up into smaller companies only to let them get big again and now get even bigger. All the companies in the U.S. will be owned by just a few. This will reduce competition and increase pricing for customers as well as reduce quality customer service because most companies are greedy and are only concerned about making money not about what is best for the customer.

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DHagar
DHagar
5/26/2016 1:35:00 PM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
@matthoper, interesting information.  Great application and it demonstrates where business can build on these capabilities.

 

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DHagar
DHagar
5/26/2016 1:31:16 PM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
@faryl, good points.  It does appear to be more "ecosystems" and platforms.  That's where I believe the ability to execute and deliver better value to the customer will ultimately be the differentiator.  That's why I place my bets on AT&T.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
5/26/2016 11:30:59 AM
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Yahoo Business
Yahoo i smy favorite search engine so them overthrowinf them is a surprise that AT&T is in the lead or has taken control over them or something.

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Matthoper
Matthoper
5/26/2016 8:18:08 AM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
The yahoo internet yahoo business strategies through online make an advanced environment for the small business owners. The essay writing service will let them know about various aspects of internet business. The Yahoo authority should improve the quality of the internet business.

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faryl
faryl
5/26/2016 12:35:00 AM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
It seems Iike everything's being acquired by the same 3 or 4 companies. And since the roles/significance of different technologies seems to be evolving, it becomes less about diversifying and more like taking over!

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DHagar
DHagar
5/25/2016 10:35:57 PM
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Re: AT&T Kicking the Tires
@Mike, sounds like a smart move on the part of AT&T.  They would know how to use and build on Yahoo's capabilities.  I would bet AT&T could win this contest.

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