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Tech’s richest companies underpaying black, Hispanic workers

A new report from Working Partnerships USA shows that Silicon Valley's wealthy tech industry depends on low-paid Black and Hispanic workers for its essential menial work. Read More »

Nightmare on Comcast Street

A series of news stories and reports help cement Comcast's reputation as America's least customer-friendly company. Read More »

Gig.U reports good news

CWA President Larry Cohen said, “The efforts of Gig.U, municipal governments and Internet Service Providers to upgrade America's broadband networks is great news." Read More »

The latest on local telecom-broadband competition

The FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau recently released a detailed report on local broadband and telephone competition as of June 30, 2013. Read More »

Another phone company jumps on 1 Gbps bandwagon

Cincinnati Bell is the latest telecom to be offering a 1 Gbps service, called Fioptics, premiering on September 8. Read More »

Public libraries still the heart of bookland

According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, your best source for e-books remains your public library. Read More »

Cable winning broadband fight – except when there’s also fiber

The Leichtman Research Group's new broadband report confirms what most of us know: we want fast Internet. Read More »

AT&T GigaPower expanding into Silicon Valley

AT&T will be building out 1 Gbps GigaPower U-verse access in Cupertino, California – the hometown of Apple and next door to Google. Read More »

Using mobile to stream movies can cost thousands

Using "... your mobile data the same way you use your home Wi-Fi will cost you about twenty times more per month than your wired broadband bill.” Read More »

Windstream’s tax break is just not REIT

Telecom Windstream is using a recent and little-known IRS ruling to shelter its infrastructure in a real estate investment trust, avoiding hundreds of millions in taxes. Read More »

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