As its traditional consumer wireline revenues continue to decline, Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) completed a company restructuring process that eliminated 50 positions. In addition to the job cuts, the
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) is again coming to the finance table with plans to $275 million in senior notes that are due in 2020 on top of the previous $500 million offering it announced in October.
If cable is hoping to use its broadband service to recover or at least retain subscribers who are slipping off to watch TV and other entertainment via the Internet, it better be sure its broadband
Residential telephone subscribers are most pleased with the service of their cable operators, not the incumbent phone companies, according to results from the J.D. Power and Associates Residential
With the launch of its Evolve business services subsidiary Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) is a recognition that, while the service provider is keen on selling IP-based services, not all of its customers
Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) Q2 wireline earnings reflect the growing pains that come with expanding next-gen services with declines in legacy voice and data services. However, Cincinnati Bell's bet
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) has become the latest service provider to add multi-room DVR capability to its service, according to a release issued by Motorola's (NYSE: MOT) Mobile Devices and Home
MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) is preparing to enter into the Android game with the launch of a smartphone made by Motorola (NYSE:MOT), according to leaked pictures and descriptions from the blog AndroidGuys.
Regional wireless operator Cincinnati Bell introduced its new Android-powered Blaze smartphone in a continuing effort to use Google's smartphone platform to bolster its efforts to compete with
Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) CEO Jack Cassidy last week proclaimed that data centers are one of its new service growth engines, and he's making good on that vision by acquiring Texas-based data