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What does NYTC stand for?

NYTC stands for New York Telephone Company (est. 1896; New York, NY; also seen as NYTel)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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Garbo great-nephew Derek Reisfield is aboard the Queen Mary 2 and will auction off the items, including a cigarette holder, an ashtray, an umbrella, scarves and a signed check made out to the New York Telephone Company, the New York Post reported.
After the war, Matt embarked on a 35-year career with the New York Telephone Company, Bell Labs, and AT&T, residing in Rockland County, NY.
In another case, the New York Telephone company sought to make alterations to its building.
BellTel Lofts, a luxury condominium conversion of the landmark New York Telephone Company building in Downtown Brooklyn, is providing an unprecedented opportunity to own a piece of iconic Art Deco architecture in one of New York's great emerging residential neighborhoods.
Completed in 1974, this work by the firm of Kahn & Jacobs was known originally as the New York Telephone Company Building.