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Portrait de Randall Stephenson
Age : 57
Public asset : 77,964,579 USD
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : AT&T Inc.

Mr. Randall L. Stephenson is Chairman at The Business Roundtable, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer at AT&T, Inc., Member-Policy Board at PGA TOUR, Inc. and President at Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Stephenson was previously employed as an Independent Director by The Boeing Co., Director & Campaign Chairman by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc., an Independent Director by Emerson Electric Co., Chief Executive Officer by SBC Communications, Inc., Chief Financial Officer & Senior EVP by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., and Finance Director by AT&T International, Inc.

He also served on the board at Cingular Wireless LLC.

He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and a graduate degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Current positions of Randall Stephenson 
NameTitle Since
AT&T Inc.
(Wireless Telecommunications Services)
Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer 1982
Boy Scouts of America President -
The Business Roundtable Chairman 2014
PGA TOUR, Inc. Member-Policy Board -

Holdings of Randall Stephenson 
AT&T (T)
Wireless Telecommunications Services
1,903,1120.031%73,992,995 USD
Emerson Electric (EMR)
Electrical Components & Equipment
41,2430.0065%2,874,225 USD
Boeing Company (The) (BA)
Aerospace & Defense
3,7210.0006%1,097,360 USD

Randall Stephenson : Personal Network 

Biography of Randall Stephenson 
Randall L. Stephenson (born April 22, 1960) is an American business executive.

Stephenson is the current chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T Inc. He succeeded Edward E. Whitacre, Jr. in 2007. He was senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, which he joined in 1982. He was elected as a director of AT&T Inc. in June 2005. He also serves as a director of AT&T Mobility and Emerson Electric Co.

He holds a B.S. from the University of Central Oklahoma and an MBA from the University of Oklahoma. Stephenson is also a current member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Stephenson is a member of the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America, the organization's governing body. He, as well as fellow boardmember James Turley, CEO of Ernst & Young, have publicly opposed the BSA's policy banning openly gay Scouts and stated their intention "to work from within the BSA Board to actively encourage dialogue and sustainable progress" in changing the policy.

Career timeline
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*1982 — Stephenson begins his career with Southwestern Bell Telephone in the information-technology organization in Oklahoma.

*Late 1980s through 1990s — He progresses through a series of leadership positions in finance, including an international assignment in Mexico City.

*July 2001 — Stephenson is appointed Chief Financial Officer for SBC, helping the company reduce its net debt from $30 billion to near zero by early 2004.

*2003 to 2004 — Stephenson serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Cingular Wireless.

*April 2004 — Stephenson is named Chief Operating Officer of SBC.

*December 2004 — President Bush announces his intention to appoint Stephenson to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.

*November 2005 — Stephenson continues as COO following SBC's acquisition of AT&T. He is responsible for all wireless and wireline operations at AT&T.

*April 2007 — AT&T announces Stephenson will succeed Chairman and Chief Executive Edward Whitacre when he retires in June.

*March 2011 — AT&T announces bid to purchase T-Mobile USA.

Source @ Wikipedia

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Randall Stephenson : Connections 
BNSF Railway Co.
SMU-Cox School of Business
Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC
Fifth Third Bank (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Haas School of Business
The Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
The New America Foundation
Southwestern Medical Foundation
Bellarmine University

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