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  2. Breakup of the Bell System - Wikipedia

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    The breakup of the Bell System was mandated on January 8, 1982, by an agreed consent decree providing that AT&T Corporation would, as had been initially proposed by AT&T, relinquish control of the Bell Operating Companies, which had provided local telephone service in the United States.

  3. Bell System - Wikipedia

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    Parent: Bell Telephone Company (1877–1885) AT&T (1885–1982): The Bell System was a system of telecommunication companies, led by the Bell Telephone Company and later by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T), that dominated the telephone services industry in North America for over one hundred years from its creation in 1877 until its antitrust breakup in 1983.

  4. Bell Telephone Company - Wikipedia

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    The Bell System's Bell Telephone Company of Canada subsidiary, wholly owned by the National Bell, had been established two years earlier. Alexander Graham Bell's ten shares of Bell Telephone Company stock were later converted into a single share of the American Bell Telephone Company, and still later into two shares of the American Telephone ...

  5. The BRG Carillon (kare'-uh-lawn) Bell System includes digital recordings of real cast bells, chimes and carillons. The BRG carillon has many features simply not available in any other carillon. In fact, it's the most versatile and affordable carillon available anywhere. This maintenance free bell system is the perfect everlasting memorial gift.

  6. Regional Bell Operating Company - Wikipedia

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    Cincinnati Bell. The former independent Bell System franchisee Cincinnati Bell, which was not part of the 1984 divestiture because AT&T held only a minority stake in the company, remains independent of the RBOCs. In December 2019, Cincinnati Bell announced that Brookfield Infrastructure Partners would acquire the company for $2.6 billion.

  7. Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing consumers and business with solutions for all their communications needs. The leader in digital TV. Bell Fibe TV, the best TV service, provides stunning 4K picture and high-fidelity sound. Using fibre optic technology, Bell Fibe TV brings the best TV experience right to your door – no ...

  8. 15 Foods That Boost the Immune System - Healthline

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    Vitamin D helps regulate the immune system and is thought to boost our body’s natural defenses against diseases. Clinical trials are even in the works to study its possible effects on COVID-19 . 8.

  9. AT&T Corporation - Wikipedia

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    During the Bell System's long history, AT&T was at times the world's largest telephone company, the world's largest cable television operator, and a regulated monopoly. At its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, it employed one million people and its revenue ranged between US$3 billion in 1950 [2] ($36.7 billion in present-day terms [3] ) and $12 ...

  10. Networks | Nokia

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    Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 digital technologies are transforming industries and governments into Ready 4.0 Anything operations, powered by Nokia purpose-designed mission, business and…

  11. Harris Health System - Wikipedia

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    The Harris Health System, previously the Harris County Hospital District (HCHD), is a governmental entity with taxing authority that owns and operates three hospitals and numerous clinics throughout Harris County, Texas, United States, including the city of Houston. The entity's administrative offices are in Bellaire, Texas.