AOL to lay off 1,000 employees; Zhone to showcase new wireless backhaul gear at CTIA

Wireline news from across the Web:

> AOL will lay off 1,000 employees following its acquisition of news website The Huffington Post, including cuts in its India-based operations. Article

> Comcast is bringing its Deluxe 100 Mbps data service to Richmond, Va. area businesses. Release

> River Associates Investments, LLC has launched TrueNet Communications, a network infrastructure provider focused on delivering consulting, engineering, installation and technical services to the telecom, energy and utility, corporate and government markets. Release

> Emptoris, a supply management and telecom management company, appointed Mark Logan as its CEO and promoted Lori Webber to Chief Marketing Officer. Release

> Zhone will showcase new wireless backhaul solutions during this year's CTIA Wireless 2011 show in Orlando, Fla. Release

And finally ... When it comes to keeping in touch with the office, a new Journal of Health and Social Behavior report revealed that women feel guiltier about talking to their fellow employees via electric gadgets such as the BlackBerry and iPhone. Article

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