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Qwest CEO changes the rules

Now that the Qwest-US West merger is done, Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio has outlined his plans for US West, which include new employee incentives and the elimination of more than 11,000 jobs.

 

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Now that the Qwest-US West merger is a done deal, Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio has outlined his plans for US West, which include new employee incentives and the elimination of more than 11,000 jobs.

"US West did a lot of things because they could afford them. There's been a lot of pruning and a lot of refocusing."

- Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio

 


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