As AT&T continues to push for approval of its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, the company’s leadership has released details of how the new mega-corporation would be structured. The plan calls for the new AT&T to split into independent arms, one handling media and the other doing telecom. This may appease regulators, but things aren’t changing at the top.
According to AT&T, current CEO Randall Stephenson will continue being the CEO of AT&T after the deal.
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