With an annual payroll of more than $935 million, cable companies' investment in employees pays off with locally-based customer service.
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NewsClips - July 28, 2011
A federal Judge Wednesday threatened to hold up approval of the merger of Comcast Corp and General Electric's former NBCUniversal unit, criticizing the Obama administration's antitrust agreement that allowed the merger.
Posted: Jul 28, 2011
NewsClips - July 27, 2011
When it comes to educating Washington about the challenges faced by independent operators, nothing beats good ole’ fashioned relationship building and perseverance, insiders told NCTC and ACA members gathered at the Independent Show in San Fran on Mon
Posted: Jul 27, 2011
NewsClips - July 26, 2011
Netflix Inc. reported a 57% jump in quarterly profit, but its shares plunged as much as 10% in after hours trading as it said a recent price increase for its online movie service will sap near term subscriber growth.
Posted: Jul 26, 2011
NewsClips - July 25, 2011
When Lowell McAdam takes over Verizon Communications Inc. in August, the 57-year-old former Navy engineer must keep it growing in a telecom world where the once-lucrative landline business is fading away and the wireless business is maturing increasingly under the sway of technology giants Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
NewsClips - July 22, 2011
As people do more with their broadband connections — streaming movies, downloading music, moving files to and from the cloud — it might seem natural for Internet service providers to impose data caps on users to manage their networks and deal with congestion.
Posted: Jul 22, 2011
NewsClips - July 21, 2011
Nexstar Broadcasting Group Inc., a television station owner that runs local network affiliates and caters to mid-size U.S. markets, is putting itself up for sale and has hired a financial adviser to engage potential buyers in talks, people familiar with the matter said.
Posted: Jul 21, 2011
NewsClips - July 20, 2011
U.S. authorities arrested 16 people yesterday on charges that they participated in cyber-attacks, including the crippling of eBay's PayPal website as retribution for dropping WikiLeaks as a client.
FBI agents arrested 14 people in nine states and Washington, D.C., in the PayPal attack, which occurred last December and allegedly was coordinated by the hacking group Anonymous.
Posted: Jul 20, 2011
NewsClips - July 19, 2011
As the agency that regulates broadcasters, the FCC could go after News Corp. and its 27 American stations in response to the British hacking scandal, but so far the commission has shown no interest in doing so.
Posted: Jul 19, 2011
NewsClips - July 18, 2011
Time Warner Inc. is increasing the number of TV channels and programs it pipes over the Internet to people who have conventional pay-TV subscriptions, as the television business faces growing competition from Web-video services.
Posted: Jul 18, 2011
NewsClips - July 15, 2011
Google Inc. posted a 36% jump in quarterly profit, sending its shares surging and wresting back the attention of investors who lately have doted on newer Internet darlings. The Internet search company, which continued to spend heavily on new projects and staff, logged a 32% jump in revenue for the second quarter.
Posted: Jul 15, 2011