As chief U.S. communications regulator in 2003, Michael Powell called TiVo Inc.’s pioneering video recorder “God’s machine.”
The National Cable and Telecommunications Association said it has appointed former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell as its president and chief executive officer.
The U.K.’s National Health Service considers patents for diagnostics and genes “unacceptable, unenforceable and detrimental to the delivery of patient services” and is deliberately ignoring them, the U.K.’s Financial Times reported.
Google Inc. Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt once called U.S. Representative Anna Eshoo “almost the perfect example of a congressperson.” She “understands what we need,” he said.
"While government-run networks may be appropriate in rare cases, many such enterprises have ended up in failure, saddling taxpayers with significant long-term financial liabilities."
- Michael Powell on Jan 14, 2015