ADTRAN to release Q4 2013 results on Jan. 22; AT&T board member secures $21.8M stake in America Movil

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> ADTRAN will release its Q4 2013 financial results on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. Release

> The Data Centre Alliance (DCA) has elected six executives to the Board of Governors. Article (sub req.)

> Mushroom Networks announced a partnership with Impartial-IT, a French IT company that provides consulting services, project management and distribution of hardware and software. Release

> AT&T board member and Mexican businessman Jaime Chico Pardo has secured a $21.8 million stake in America Movil after AT&T sold 250 million shares in the telco. Article

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> Set-top vendor Pace said Thursday that it generated $190 million in adjusted EBITA last year, which was a 20 percent gain compared to the cash flow it generated in 2012. Article

> WWE's Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon announced that the operation will launch a 24-hour streaming video network on Feb. 24, opting to pursue over-the-top distribution instead of striking carriage deals with pay TV providers. Article

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> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere didn't outright deny rumors of a potential deal with Sprint, but he also seemed to throw cold water on the idea by insisting that the T-Mobile brand is going to be around for the long haul and also by disparaging Sprint and its network. Article

> Samsung Electronics is unlikely to bring its first phones running the Tizen operating system to the U.S. market, according to a U.S.-based Samsung executive. Article

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