FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler leans on candor to get his message across

April 15, 2014

For federal regulators, words really matter. An adjective too bold, a verb misconjugated or a particle dropped can ripple across the business world and send stock markets into chaos.

That’s why leaders of government agencies so rarely speak in public — and generally do so with great care.

Read more at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/fcc-chief-leans-on-candor--and-a-megaphone--to-get-his-point-across/2014/04/11/1a87f4ce-b924-11e3-9a05-c739f29ccb08_story.html


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