Telecom Italia SpA Chief Executive Officer Marco Patuano, accelerating his efforts to revive the indebted former phone monopoly, is turning to advice from a one- time suitor across the Atlantic: AT&T Inc.’s Randall Stephenson.
Brian T. Moynihan, who runs Bank of America Corp., the second-largest U.S. lender by assets, was among a group of underpaid chief executive officers last year, according to a study by pay expert Graef Crystal.
AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson comes to Europe several times a year bearing a message: The region would do well to learn from the Americans in developing new mobile technology. Problem is, Europe isn’t particularly interested in the lesson.
AT&T Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson is facing the toughest regulatory challenge of his career as U.S. officials put his $39 billion gamble on T-Mobile USA Inc. in jeopardy.
AT&T Inc. said the moment to make an investment in Europe is almost over, with an increase in wireless-network upgrades reducing the company’s chances of getting in early on a sweeping industry transition.
AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson took advantage of the World Economic Forum this week to discuss potential European acquisitions with the region’s top telecommunications official, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.