Jan 22 (Reuters) - U.S. telecommunications group Verizon Communications Inc posted a $1.93 billion quarterly loss on pension liabilities and superst...
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While the executive director for corporate communications at Verizon claims that I've been doing variations on a theme, it would seem that I've been creating whole symphonies of new findings.
Some elderly Ohio residents may lose their only access to phone service if a bill pending in the state's legislature passes.
The bill would allow ...
The federal government has done little to protect citizens from the telecommunications industry's natural tendency toward consolidation and monopoly.
The Information Superhighway has grown at an explosive pace -- 399.3% since 2000. A significant part of this wildfire growth is due to smartphones.
Okay, call me an easy mark. I should have picked up on this long ago. I didn't. But am I alone in thinking that I was somehow cheated?
Should an industry so dedicated to stopping progress deserve any protections without any accompanying responsibilities? Everything should be on the table for discussion.
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