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SBC was the smallest of all of the seven "Baby Bells", as it only held one telephone company. The architect of ...

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The history of AT&T dates back to the invention of the telephone itself. The Bell Telephone ..... years until it acquired AT&T in 2005. After this acquisition, SBC took on AT&T's name and branding, and this is the company known as AT&T today.

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AT&T Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate holding company headquartered at ... AT&T began its history as Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, ...

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Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, formed in 1920, has about 20 predecessor companies. The four largest of these were American District Telegraph ...

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Jul 8, 2007 ... Southwestern Bell Corporation was renamed SBC Inc. in 1995. But in 2005, SBC acquired AT&T. But then SBC abandoned its name and is ...

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May 14, 2015 ... AT&T Inc.(formerly SBC Communications, Inc.) is the parent company for BellSouth Corporation, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, ...

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A series of corporations controlling Alexander. Graham Bell's patent rights is organized beginning in. 1878. The first, Bell. Telephone Co., is soon superseded by ...

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Find out information about Southwestern Bell Corporation. American Telephone and Telegraph, Inc. A leading long distance and local telephone company and ...

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AT&T — SBC, Southwestern Bell, Pacific Telesis, Ameritech, SNET, AT&T, ... over one million employees, the company consisted of 22 local Bell companies, ...