...Deal Management Winner: MetroPCS Communications Inc. Outside Counsel Management ...
...MetroPCS Communications Inc.'s legal department, led by Mark Stachiw, cleared numerous hurdles...
...also went after six wireless companies--T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, MetroPCS Communications Inc., Verizon Wireless, and Cricket Communication--that compress data on their...
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... Evert worked to get regional business including RIM, Ericsson and MetroPCS to support the proposal. "These are companies with superb...
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