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Monthly Archives: April 2016

“Dumb and Dumber.”

Ouch. An excerpt from comments made this week to Bloomberg and CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” from the colorful CEO of T-Mobile John Legere regarding AT&T and Verizon. The top-dog at the wireless provider may have been on a high from recent financial results which beat analyst’s estimates; adding 2.2 million customers during the first […]

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The respective comments of Communications Workers of America counsel Scott Rubin and Verizon spokesman Richard Young.

– “This is not some bargaining tactic. There are serious safety problems.”   – “We think this entire episode was intended to be a distraction. CWA’s complaints are baseless and we’ll respond accordingly.”   The respective comments of Communications Workers of America counsel Scott Rubin and Verizon spokesman Richard Young regarding the PUC’s action yesterday moving […]

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Excerpt from testimony offered on Wednesday by Scott Bergmann, VP of Regulatory Affairs at the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association

“While CTIA appreciates the interest some have expressed in limiting the size of the Lifeline program through a cap on the total amounts that may be distributed, CTIA believes that capping the Lifeline program may be counterproductive to encouraging low-income consumers to adopt communications services that are essential to participation in today’s economy. A cap […]

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Comments of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch at Wednesday’s American Bar Association meeting

“What we will not accept is the idea that the mere act of divestiture is enough –that if companies simply spin off a few assets, we will withdraw our objections and the merger can proceed. That simply isn’t true. The Department of Justice is not interested in settling for the sake of settling; we are […]

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