Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

Report: AT&T, Deutsche Telekom consider network-sharing 'Plan B'

AT&T (NYSE:T) and T-Mobile USA parent Deutsche Telekom are mulling whether to create a network-sharing joint venture in the event that AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile

Entner: Where is the due process? FCC releases report on AT&T/T-Mobile

As if Congress needed another reason to focus seriously on reforming how federal agencies regulate trillion dollar sectors of the U.S. economy, the Obama administration's FCC has given their friends

AT&T, China Telecom strengthen bond with expanded partnership agreement

Two of the world's telco giants are strengthening their existing global partnership. AT&T (NYSE: T) and China Telecom said today that they are expanding their partnership in each of their native

KIT digital takes issue with WSJ article; CDN Cotendo has several suitors

More news from Fierce: > KIT digital has reacted angrily to newspaper reports on the technology company's growth prospects. A weekend article in the Wall Street Journal said it was

AT&T and Accenture apply cloud to medical imaging

Not to be outdone by Internet-based cloud computing giants, traditional telecom service providers are pushing into the space and leveraging their reputations for reliability and scalability to make

Why the former Bell system breakup was wrong

A. Michael Noll The Bell system breakup 27 years ago got it all wrong for many reasons. The U.S. Justice Department, in its 1974 antitrust case against AT&T (NYSE: T), demanded that

FCC releases study arguing against AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile

The FCC agreed to allow AT&T (NYSE:T) to pull its application for its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA and said the carrier could re-file its application at a later time, an action that

Report: AT&T 'knee-deep' in talks to sell T-Mobile assets to Leap

AT&T (NYSE:T) is "knee-deep" in last-ditch talks with Cricket provider Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) to sell Leap substantial assets of T-Mobile USA in a bid to keep AT&T's $39 billion

Rumor Mill: AT&T, Juniper, Akamai hunting to buy CDN Cotendo

AT&T (NYSE: T) is one of three companies rumored to be pursuing Israeli CDN Cotendo, which reports say carries a $300 million to $500 million price tag. A Sunday report in financial website

EATEL makes entry into wireless business via LightSquared resale relationship

EATEL, a Gonzales, La.-based independent ILEC, is the latest wireline-centric service provider to craft a deal with a wireless operator to extend wireless services to its respective customer base.