Plunkett's Telecommunications Industry Almanac 2009
Jack W. Plunkett
Plunkett Research, Ltd., Aug 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 623 pages
Market research guide to the telecommunications industry: a tool for strategic planning, competitive intelligence, employment searches or financial research. Includes a chapter of trends, valuable statistical tables, and an industry-specific glossary. Also provides profiles of the 500 biggest, most successful companies in all facets of the telecommunications industry--includes addresses, phone numbers, executive names.
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Major Trends Affecting the Telecommunications Industry 7
Telecommunications Industry Statistics 27
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Important Telecommunications Industry Contacts 63
THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS 500
Advancement for Women/Minorities Apparent Women Officers Bonus BRANDS/DIVISIONS/AFFILIATES broadband cable Cable/Wire CDMA Cellphone Service Chmn companies at press company's industry group CORP customers Datanets/VPNs dollars—add 000 Equipment-General ESOP Stock Plan Financial information firm’s Fiscal Year Ends flexible spending accounts full amount GROWTH PLANS/SPECIAL FEATURES Hot Spot Industry Group Code information for 2007 Information Systems Int’l Exchange Int’l Ticker intentionally listed International Internet Protocol Internet Service Provider job title Long Distance Midwest mobile phone Northeast Officers or Directors operates Outsourcing Paging Service Payment Processing PCS Service Pension Plan Pres Profit Sharing SALARIES/BENEFITS Salary Sales and profits Satellite Carrier Satellite Equipment Satellite/Cable Savings Plan Second Exec Software Southeast Southwest Specialty Equipment Spot for Advancement Sprint Nextel Stock Purch Telecom Equipment telecommunications telephone thousands of dollars—add Toll-Free Top Exec TYPES OF BUSINESS U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Stock Ticker virtual private networks VOIP Wi-Fi WiMAX Wireless Local Service