AT&T alters structure with wireless, convergence in mind

AT&T made some structural and management changes to re-align the company for a future in which wireless increasingly replaces landline, and fixed-mobile convergence capabilities and multi-screen strategies become key. The company is moving to a structure of four divisions -- consumer, business, infrastructure and diversified businesses. AT&T Wireless chief Ralph de la Vega will lead the consumer effort, which includes wireless, landline, Internet and TV responsibilities.

John Stankey, who has been group president of telecom operations, will become chief executive of the infrastructure division; current enterprise executive Ronald Spears will lead the business unit; Ray Wilkins will be CEO of the diversified businesses group.

For more:
- read this coverage at The Wall Street Journal

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