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[qi:086] With its old-line businesses losing steam, AT&T is looking at new revenue streams. It has already diversified into video through its U-verse and HomeZone services; now it’s looking to shore up its Yellow Pages business. It is buying click-to-call service provider Ingenio and plans to […]

[qi:086] With its old-line businesses losing steam, AT&T is looking at new revenue streams. It has already diversified into video through its U-verse and HomeZone services; now it’s looking to shore up its Yellow Pages business. It is buying click-to-call service provider Ingenio and plans to integrate it into the online version of its directory services.

One interesting point to note here: The old AT&T (T) would have tried to build its own solution. The Texan version is shopping. Meanwhile, TheStreet.com is reporting that a deal for satellite TV provider EchoStar (DISH) might be close. Rumors of the deal have done the rounds before.

  1. Whats the deal with Black Friday? That AT&T is following an inorganic way of growing rather than starting from scratch.

    All Texas reminds me of is that everything is big in Texas! :D

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  2. AT&T and DISH probably deserve each other. Charlie is just as sleazy as the Death Star.

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