AT&T Mobility’s CEO Stan Sigman has announced his retirement after 42 years with the company. The AP says:
Sigman began his career with Southwestern Bell Telephone as a stockman in 1965. He stayed with the company as it grew from the smallest Baby Bell to the nation’s largest telecommunications company through a series of aggressive acquisitions.
You can now address your complaint letters to his successor, the less alliterative, but decidedly sexier-sounding Ralph de la Vega.
AT&T Mobile Phone Chief Retires [Associated Press]