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Re: BOOM! there goes WorldCom
Todd Wilkens wrote: > The Wiltel name stayed with Williams. Williams calls the old Vyvx > group > "WilTel" The Worldcom carrier group still uses the WilTel name. As do the Worldcom trucks. How can that be if Williams owns the name? Also, the fact that Worldcom owns the name for another 7 years ( or is it 7 years total- I can't remember) was told to me by one of the Executive VP's with Williams Communications Group. > > > >---------- > >From: Scott Yoneyama[SMTP:email@example.com] > >Sent: Friday, July 18, 1997 1:16 PM > >To: firstname.lastname@example.org > >Cc: Nathan Stratton; Charles Sprickman; Scott Landman; > >email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com > >Subject: Re: BOOM! there goes WorldCom > > > >> Speaking of Wiltel, 1998 marks the end of their non-competition > >> agreement with WorldComm. Wiltels' Martin intends on using more > >> of their "lazy assets" to become a player in a big way once again > >> in the carrier market. > >> > >> -pete > > > >Careful, Worldcom owns the rights to the name Wiltel for (I believe) > >another 7 years. It's The Williams Company. > > > >-- > >Scott Yoneyama > >Director > >Starcom > >(206) 448-4034 > >(206) 448-4485 fax > >firstname.lastname@example.org > > > >"The only way between Canada and the U.S. and all points along the > way" > > > > > > -- Scott Yoneyama Director Starcom (206) 448-4034 (206) 448-4485 fax email@example.com "The only way between Canada and the U.S. and all points along the way"