News of Note—Microsoft’s reorganization, Huawei’s net profits, the FCC’s map and more

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Huawei’s CEO said the company won’t abandon the U.S. market. (stevepb/Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re tracking today:

> The FCC is moving forward with rules that would pave the way for wireless signal boosters. In Compliance Magazine article

> The FCC is also looking at ways to include multimedia content in wireless emergency alerts. MissionCritical article

> Microsoft is moving away from its Windows OS business and is instead embracing its cloud and Office efforts. Wall Street Journal article

> AT&T applauded the FCC’s effort to draw a map of mobile broadband services for its Mobility Fund Phase II (MF-II) auction, but the Competitive Carriers Association said that the FCC’s map “does not reflect the true on-the-ground consumer experience.” Blog post

> Huawei’s CEO said the company won’t abandon the U.S. market. CNET article

> Huawei’s net profit rose 28.1% in 2017. Wall Street Journal article

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