MCI Communications was the second-largest long-distance telecommunications service provider in the U.S. until its purchase by WorldCom.
MCI was founded in 1963 and operated microwave relay stations and provided two-way radio services to truck drivers and barges. The company grew with a strategy of mergers and acquisitions, and by going public with large amounts of capital being available at its disposal. By 1990, MCI was the second-largest telecommunications company in the U.S.
The company ran into difficulty as a result of U.S. regulatory laws and in 1997 the company was purchased by WorldCom in a deal worth US$ 34.7 million.
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1993 - Jan, 1997
Sales & Marketing
1987 - Jan, 1994
Marketing and Finance Positions
1995 - Jan, 2005
Senior Manager, South Europe Data Networks Engineering
Managing Commercial and National Sales Teams in Arizona and Colorado
1992 - Jan, 1998