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AT&T: The Hello Girls of World War I

Hello Girls, who served the country in World War I, were trained and prepared by Bell Telephone Company (later to become AT&T).

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AT&T's David Huntley on Living the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the murder of civil rights icon Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Dallas Mavericks to Name Former AT&T Executive Cynthia Marshall Interim CEO

Before retirement, Marshall was AT&T's vice president of human resources and chief diversity officer.

UPDATED Feb. 26, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. ET

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AT&T Film Awards Competition Seeks Rising Creators

Aspiring filmmakers and up-and-coming creators can submit their undiscovered short films until April 15.

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Cox Media Signs Local Ad Rep Deal with AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain

AT&T SportsNet is the television home of the Colorado Rockies, Utah Jazz, Vegas Golden Knights, Mountain West and Big Sky Conferences.

Cox Media, Cox Communications' (No. 18 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) advertising sales division, has signed a multi-year exclusive agreement to represent AT&T (No. 3 ) SportsNet Rocky Mountain's local on-air advertising opportunities during Vegas Golden Knights games, including pre-game and postgame programming.

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AT&T Issues Call to Action on Gender Equality in Advertising

"As Chief Brand Officer of AT&T, and a board member of the Association of National Advertisers, I pledged we will improve the portrayal of women in our ads by 20 percent by the end of this year," writes Fiona Carter.

AT&T changeMAKERS: Joan Marsh, Fiona Carter, Corey Anthony, Anne Chow, Marachel Knight / Photo courtesy of Fiona Carter
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AT&T's Martin Creighan Offers Advice on Fostering a Tech Culture in the Boardroom

"With tech innovators and early adopters leapfrogging ahead in a range of industries, technology is now at the top of the business agenda," writes Creighan.

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AT&T Boosts Minneapolis Area Mobile Coverage for Super Bowl LII

Added capacity and coverage for a better AT&T Wireless experience.

(Originally published on ATT.com)

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AT&T: Keep Your Devices Safe in Cold Temps

Learn cold weather tech tips from AT&T including keeping your devices indoors and making sure you have a protective case.

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AT&T: First Responders Deserve the Best. Now They Can Have It.

Governors across the country have opted for FirstNet — the nation's first and only network dedicated to public safety.

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AT&T AUDIENCE Network Launches 'Big Man Back on Campus' Produced by ESPN

Documentary chronicles four former college football stars as they head back to campus ahead of the college football playoff.

AT&T AUDIENCE Network (No. 3 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) has a new, exclusive documentary, "Big Man Back on Campus," premiering Friday, Jan. 5, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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AT&T Chief Financial Officer Discusses 2018 Priorities at UBS Conference

The company plans to build on its momentum in key strategic areas in wireless in the coming year.

John Stephens, chief financial officer of AT&T (No. 3 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list), discussed the company's priorities for the coming year while speaking at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York.

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