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AT&T CHAIRMAN ISSUES STATEMENT ON BILL MCGOWAN

 AT&T CHAIRMAN ISSUES STATEMENT ON BILL MCGOWAN
 BASKING RIDGE, N.J., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T Chairman Bob Allen


issued the following statement on the death of William McGowan, chairman of MCI:
 Bill McGowan will go down in business history as one of America's foremost entrepreneurs. He was at all times a tough and colorful competitor. Probably more than any other single person, he helped to reshape the long distance business from the monopoly that it had been for so long to the highly competitive industry that we know today.
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 /CONTACT: Walter Murphy of AT&T, 908-221-6900/
 (T) CO: AT&T; MCI Corp. ST: New Jersey, New York IN: TLS SU:


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