A beautiful stock certificate from one of Philadelphia's vast array of trolley companies - the Empire Passenger Railway Company of the City of Philadelphia ... [ View ]








In 1994, Sprint Corp. announced that it was joining forces with three of the cable industry's largest companies on this day. By unifying, Comcast, Tele-Communications, Cox Enterprises, and Sprint would be able to offer a full range of phone services, as well as a mighty information and multimedia delivery network. The agreement was a major coup for Sprint in its escalating competition with AT&T and the Baby Bells. The Baby Bells were "legally barred" from entering the long-distance field and AT&T, which to this point had failed to link up with a cable operator, was clearly a step behind its arch rival.










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