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Frontier taps Edward O'Connor Jr. to lead Connecticut sales

Frontier Communications has put another piece of its pending AT&T Connecticut deal in place by naming Edward H. O'Connor Jr. to lead that state's sales efforts as vice president of sales for Connecticut.

Analysts: AT&T-DirecTV deal benefiting from Comcast-TWC heat

With regulators and the public focused on the proposed merger of the Nos. 1 and 2 cable companies, a preliminary deal combining the biggest phone company in the U.S. with the top satellite TV provider is flying under the regulatory radar.

Updated: Report: Dunkin' Donuts has fastest Wi-Fi download speeds among coffee chains

In honor of National Coffee Day (yes, there is such a thing), wefi released analytics regarding Wi-Fi connectivity trends at coffee chains such as Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Tully's Coffee and Panera.

AT&T-DirecTV merger moves to FCC for final approvals

DirecTV shareholders approved the satellite TV provider's proposed merger with AT&T, an action that removes one of the final hurdles to the blockbuster telecom transaction.

DirecTV shareholders sign off on AT&T buyout by big margin

DirecTV shareholders are more than okay with the proposed buyout of the company by AT&T. The satellite operator said Thursday that shareholders overwhelmingly approved the merger, with 99 percent voting in favor on a base representing 77 percent of all outstanding company shares.

DirecTV shareholders give thumbs up for AT&T merger

AT&T cleared a large hurdle in its quest to purchase DirecTV as the satellite TV provider's shareholders have given the green light for the proposed deal.

AT&T charges ahead with fiber service for buildings, enterprise

Tom Hughes, AT&T's vice president of small business product management, is one of the executives leading the charge on AT&T's fiber rollout. He recently spoke to FierceTelecom about AT&T's fiber-to-the-building program and the company's new Business Fiber product. Hot Seat

AT&T, Verizon's fiber offerings center on reinvigorating their SMB customer bases

AT&T and Verizon are both well known as having large-scale networks that can serve the largest multinational corporation customers, but their recent moves to enhance their fiber offerings for businesses show they want to keep a tighter rein on the small to medium business (SMB) market where their brands are still household names.

AT&T, Verizon say broadband data caps are helpful, not harmful

AT&T and Verizon not only think that 4 Mbps is a sufficient definition for broadband, but they have told the FCC that the regulator should not look at data caps when defining whether an Internet service should be qualified as a broadband service.

AT&T tries to lure cord-nevers with $40 intro bundle

With Dish Network and Sony still working out the nitty-gritty content details of their respective over-the-top TV services, AT&T made its own grab for cable-wary cord-cutters and cord-nevers, announcing a $40 U-verse introductory package that offers broadband, a slimmed-down cable package, HBO and Amazon Prime membership. The caveat? The deal lasts just one year, after which subscribers must take a higher-priced, traditional IPTV bundle.