AT&T says vice chairman de la Vega to retire

By Malathi Nayak and Christine Murray MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK (Reuters) – AT&T Inc Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega, who played a critical role in bringing the iPhone to the U.S. market, will retire on Dec. 31, a spokesman for the wireless carrier said on Thursday. De la Vega, 65, who is CEO of AT&T's Business Solutions and International unit, will be succeeded by Thaddeus Arroyo, who heads AT&T's Mexico operations, AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook said.

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