American Tower on its domestic and international growth and plans

Selected highlights from AMT’s Q1 2015 earnings call

Read this article to learn:

  • American Tower growth pattern and results
  • Which countries are driving the expansion of AMT’s international business
  • Small cells  attractive but macro towers remain key
  • AMT’s take on Mexico: expectations for growth and increased investments

On April 30, it was American Tower’s (AMT) turn to release its Q1 2015 results during an earnings call with Jim Taiclet, Chairman, President and CEO of AMT, Tom Bartlett, EVP and CFO and Leah Sterns, SVP, Treasurer and investor Relations for the company. TowerXchange reports on major news and data from the call and…

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