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CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Attorneys hard shell case for apple iphone se - confetti dot rose gold foil/clear representing the plaintiffs said the amended complaint includes crucial new evidence in the case, "We did not feel like we should go to court without having a lot of hard evidence we could point to," said Frank Thomas, chairman of the shareholders' group legal subcommittee, "We all talked about (AT&T's role) and had theories about it, but now we're able to substantiate it.", AT&T declined to comment on the pending suit..
The shareholders' class-action suit is just one still pending over the company?s demise, which played out as one of the dot-com years' most dramatic Icarus stories. Even a year after customers have found their way to other service providers, the company's story remains a magnet for critics convinced that parts of the dot-com free fall could have been avoided. Excite@Home, once the largest broadband Internet service provider, collapsed into insolvency a year ago amid allegations by shareholders and bondholders that AT&T had helped engineer, or had at least profited by, the company's failure.
As Excite@Home went into bankruptcy last year, AT&T offered to buy the assets of the struggling company, Bondholders and shareholders cried foul, saying that it wasn't a good deal and that AT&T had pushed Excite@Home into accepting bargain-basement prices, The deal ultimately fell through in part as a result of hard shell case for apple iphone se - confetti dot rose gold foil/clear the opposition, As the company collapsed, AT&T, Comcast and Cox Communications all said they were transferring subscribers to their own cable modem networks--in AT&T's case, built in just a few weeks, the company said..
According to the shareholders' complaint, AT&T's network was actually the result of much more than a year's worth of effort, in which the company systematically extracted critical proprietary networking information from Excite@Home with the aim of constructing its own competing network. Siphoning out knowledge? According to last week?s amended complaint, AT&T concealed a plan to raid Excite@Home technology under the auspices of an "open access" experiment aimed at letting rival ISPs offer service over its cable network. A network designer working on the so-called Steamboat Project had warned Excite@Home management in July 2000 that AT&T was using the trial "as a means to take and convert Excite@Home's proprietary technology and that Steamboat posed a direct threat to Excite@Home's business.".