Vivendi has made it official that it will separate its telecom unit from its growing media and content activities and has named Vincent Bollore as its new chairman.
As retailers gear up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, online video providers are getting in on the action with a series of new marketing campaigns to lure more viewers or to buy their online video wares.
AT&T is giving more businesses in the St. Louis area the opportunity to access higher speed services such as Ethernet by extending their fiber network to over 200 multi-tenant buildings.
XO has appointed 30-year telecom industry veteran Christopher Ancell as its new CEO, giving the company a permanent replacement to Carl Grivner, who left in April 2011.
Verizon recently established a VoIP interconnection agreement with Vonage, the latest pact that it hopes will set the foundation for its growing IP VoIP interconnection partnership program.
Traditional telcos and cable operators, including AT&T, Verizon and Comcast continue to see triple play service bundles as a way to keep customers from churning and driving up ARPU.
What were the wireless industry's biggest flubs and failures of 2013? There were several, including the lackluster performance of the BlackBerry 10 platform and US Cellular's billing platform.
In the latest edition of our Top Wireline Telecom Turkeys, we are serving up a healthy portion of companies' failed initiatives, products, strategies, and executive mishaps of 2013.
Cincinnati Bell has appointed company veteran David L. Heimbach as its new chief operating officer, reflecting the latest in several shifts in its management team.
Walter Scott, Jr., the chairman of Level 3 Communications' board of directors, announced he will retire when the service provider holds its annual stockholder meeting next May by not standing for reelection.