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  • Verizon's AOL deal: ISPs go searching for content

    Verizon's AOL deal: ISPs go searching for content
    The wave of telecommunications mergers continued this week as Verizon, the country's most popular mobile phone network, agreed to buy AOL, the country's most popular dial-up Internet service. OK, that was a cheap shot. Verizon isn't forking over $4.4 billion because it wants AOL's 2.2 million dial-up customers, as doggedly loyal as they seem to be. Instead, the prize for Verizon is AOL's content businesses, most notably its advertising arm.
  • Comcast Defends Merger After FCC Chairman Laments Lack of Consumer Internet Choice

    After FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler gave a speech pointing out the lack of high-speed Internet service options for most consumers, some public interest groups saw it as a swipe at industry consolidation, namely Comcast's plans to merge with Time Warner Cable....

    FCC Chairman Says U.S. Lacks Competitive Broadband Service

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said that most Americans lack real choices for high-speed broadband service, a contrast to the picture advanced by many large providers that the marketplace is one of robust competition. Comcast, seeking FCC approval of its...

    Comcast, TW Cable Set Shareholder Votes, Name for Charter Spinoff Company

    As the merger review process inches along at the FCC, Comcast and Time Warner Cable have set October dates for their respective shareholder votes on the blockbuster $45.2 billion union of the nation's largest cable operators. Meanwhile, Comcast and...

    Al Franken takes Senate job seriously (he's still funny in private)

    Al Franken takes Senate job seriously (he's still funny in private)
    It must be said at this point: Sen. Al Franken is just dull. How dull is he? He says the most memorable conversation he's had as a senator — "hilarious" even — was a wonkish discussion with former President Clinton about how to finance...