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CenturyLink accuses Comcast of using lobbying heft to block it from competitive areas

CenturyLink has accused Comcast of using its influence with local government officials to prevent the company from entering markets where the No. 1 cable operator is entrenched.

TWC explains outage as DirecTV quietly experiences its own technical issues

As Time Warner Cable looked to explain why nearly 12 million of its broadband customers went without service Wednesday morning, DirecTV quietly dealt with an outage of its own, albeit one that only affected local broadcast channels.

Cox and Verizon lead J.D. Power ranking of top business telco and data services

Cox Communications and Verizon topped the performance rankings of J.D. Power's just-released 2014 study of voice and data business services.

Netflix to FCC: We only have trouble with big, consolidated ISPs in the U.S.

Saving its harshest critique, after months of sturm und drang, for its final, "official" rebuke of the proposed Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger, Netflix called on the FCC to reject the deal.

TWC network maintenance disrupts 12M broadband subs

Time Warner Cable is having a tough week. While it was conducting "routine maintenance," a problem caused an outage for 12 million of its broadband service customers. Interestingly, this outage came as the service provider is being required by the FCC to pay a $1 million fine to resolve an FCC investigation that found the operator failed to report multiple network service outages in 2013.

TWC service outage hits 12M subs, even as FCC slaps on $1.1M fine for past outages

A problem created by what the operator termed as "routine maintenance" resulted in a service interruption for Time Warner Cable's 12 million broadband subscribers nationwide this morning.

Comcast-TWC input period ends: 64K comments received, 65 groups urge rejection

The FCC's public comment period for Comcast's proposed $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable ended Monday, Aug. 25 with nearly 64,000 individual pieces of input received by the commission, and 65 groups urging the regulators to reject the deal out of hand or impose significant conditions and restrictions.

Google Fiber's 'fiberhood' plan could further the broadband divide, say critics

Google Fiber may have grand ambitions for its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) initiative, but a growing number of critics are concerned that its "fiberhood" selective build-to-demand approach may leave a number of consumers in the broadband lurch.

FCC gets to work on Comcast-TWC: Denies L.A. extension request, orders info

Signaling the long-awaited ramp-up of its merger review process, the Federal Communications Commission has asked Comcast to provide detailed information on its cable and ISP systems, as well as its interconnection arrangements with various online providers.

Level 3, Comcast mergers threaten shakeup of Ethernet rankings

With Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) seeking to buy Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), and Level 3 involved in a pending purchase of TW Telecom, Vertical Systems Group's U.S. Carrier Ethernet Leaderboard could soon look very different from the mid-2014 ranking that was just released.