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  4. About Randall Stephenson

    Randall Lynn Stephenson, Jr. (born 22 April 1960 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American business executive.

    Stephenson replaced Edward E. Whitacre, Jr. as chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T Inc. in 2007. He was senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, which he joined in 1982. He was elected as a director of AT&T Inc. in June 2005. He also serves as a director of AT&T Mobility and Emerson Electric Co.

    He holds a B.S. from the University of Central Oklahoma and an MBA from the University of Oklahoma.


    1. We are building a network in Mexico that is capable of bringing innovation and economic vitality to the country, just as we have done in the US.
      In AT&T Inc. To Invest $3 Billion To Roll Out LTE Network In Mexico - Bidness ETC
    2. We plan to deliver high-quality, high-speed mobile Internet service to Mexico, creating the first-ever North American Mobile Service Area covering 400 million people and businesses in Mexico and the U.S. This seamless network will link together our two countries' economies, people and cultures like never before.
      In AT&T Inc. To Invest $3 Billion To Roll Out LTE Network In Mexico - Bidness ETC
    3. This directly addresses the strategic questions concerning our spectrum position and gives us a bigger platform for new growth.
      In AT&T will spend $14B to pump up wireless, wireline networks
    4. We delivered another strong quarter, with improved revenue trends, double-digit earnings growth and solid cash flow. These results add to our confidence going into the second half of the year.
      In AT&T Doubles 3G Integrated Devices Since Last Year [At&t]
    5. Demand for broadband continues to grow as new applications emerge and customers embrace them, leading to data traffic on our network growing more than 50 percent year over year on average.
      In AT&T to Invest More Than $17 Billion in 2009 to Drive Economic Growth