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AT&T Announces Plan to Join Day of Action in Support of...

"Tomorrow, AT&T will join the “Day of Action” for preserving and advancing an open internet," announced Bob Quinn, AT&T's Senior Executive Vice President of...

Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network Clears Major Hurdle

Five years after Congress first authorized the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) as part of The Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act...

5G Rolling Out in “Test Markets” By Mid-2017

Yesterday, Verizon announced that it would begin rolling out 5G connectivity to 11 test markets: Ann Arbor, Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; Barnardsville, New Jersey; Brockton, Massachusetts; Dallas, Texas;...

Venessa Harrison: “All Things Are Possible With AT&T”

More than 30 years after beginning her career as a network operator, Venessa Harrison was appointed President of AT&T North Carolina in December 2013....

FCC Proposed Privacy Rules More Dangerous Than Meets the Eye

As the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) inches closer to making a decision on its proposed privacy rules for broadband internet access service providers, economists,...

FCC Strike Force Aims to End Robocalls

At the behest of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, a cadre of telecom executives have convened to form a Robocall Strike Force. Helmed...

Redlining in Sight with Google, AT&T Fiber Rollout?

Google made headlines when, in late January, it announced that it was rolling out gigabit Internet to Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and Nashville. Eighteen cities...

What Tech Can Learn from Telecom

Tech companies must take a beat from telecom and plan for the longevity of diverse employees.

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Three years ago, AT&T first launched its “It Can Wait” campaign, and has since become the leader in the no texting while driving movement. ...

Don’t Hamper Investment Heroes with Poor Policy

A new report from the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) places Internet service providers at the top of the list when it comes to which...