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Announced conditions and commitments do not address jobs and labor market concerns, while rural promises are overstated and don’t hold up to scrutiny.
If done right, this plan would boost the US economy and create millions of jobs, while reducing pollution, combating climate change, and strengthening communities.
In addition to Verizon Wireless workers who attended the meeting, CWA presented a shareholder proposal calling for an independent board chair, highlighting the need for oversight and accountability as the company undertakes risky new business strategies and internal restructuring.
Chris Hughes, who co-founded Facebook along with its current CEO Mark Zuckerberg, published an op-ed in the New York Times calling on the government to break-up Facebook.
CWA’s new brief details why Sprint is well-situated to compete as standalone company; shows that T-mobile’s jobs pledge is wholly insufficient; and provides evidence that T-mobile is backtracking on its rural commitment.