Shareholders raise surveillance concerns at AT&T, Verizon

Shareholders of telecom giants AT&T Incorporated and Verizon Communications Incorporated are seeking more details related to their sharing of customer information with governments, showing investors starting to push back over the role of communications companies in spying operations. Reuters reported that activists including Trillium Asset Management of Boston and the $161bn New York State Common... 
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Added November 20, 2013
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