Updated August 28 at 4:28pm
Telecommunications
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VimpelCom Ltd.’s Italian unit agreed to sell a stake in its wireless towers to Spain’s Abertis Infraestructuras SA for 693 million euros ($774 million) to reduce debt. more
U.S. regulators invoked broad powers to ensure that Web traffic for all users is treated equally, adopting net neutrality rules that supporters say will preserve a wide-open Internet and that opponents vow to fight in court. more
President Barack Obama’s proposal for an open Internet would be a victory for Netflix Inc. and its binge-watching users and may be a bigger boon for a generation of startups working on tools to connect cars, thermostats and even offshore oil rigs to the Web. more
Selling pagers from a small store in Randolph, Mass., 21 years ago, Ray Leung couldn’t have imagined the iPhone 6. Back then, phones had yet to become smart and the introduction of new models had not become global events. more
Cox WiFi Internet access is now available in Kennedy Plaza for Cox Communications high-speed Internet customers. more
Vice president of Cox Business Sales for the company’s Northeast region talks with Providence Business News about his new position and changes in the industry. more
NEW YORK - Wireless carriers led by AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. are fighting to keep mobile broadband service excluded from strong open-Internet regulations backed by President Barack … more
BOSTON – Verizon New England Inc. has paid more than $1.3 million to resolve allegations that the company overcharged Massachusetts for telecommunications services under a statewide procurement contract. more
Amazon.com Inc.’s recent announcement that it would pay $970 million in cash to buy Twitch Interactive Inc., a hugely popular game-streaming service that is just over 3 years old, marks a key moment for telecommunications policy in the U.S. But the reason might be unexpected. more
Rhode Island Internet users would pay a total of $21.4 million in extra taxes if the Federal Communications Commission votes today to classify the Internet as a utility under Title II, according to a NerdWallet study. more
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