January 8, 2017 all-day

On 8 January 1982, in the most significant antitrust suit since the breakup of Standard Oil in 1911, American Telephone and Telegraph agreed to give up its 22 local Bell System companies (“ Baby Bells”). These companies represented 80 percent of AT& T’s assets. This ended the corporation’s virtual monopoly on US telephone service.

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