AT&T deploys its 8,000th natural gas vehicle; Bright House signs agreement to provide services to Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

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> AT&T said it recently deployed its 8,000th compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle, achieving a major milestone in the company's overall 10-year commitment to add 15,000 alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) to its fleet by end of year 2018. Release

> Bright House Networks Enterprise Solutions signed an agreement to provide Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Enterprise Trunking and Metro Ethernet access to the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay. Release

> Norway's Broadnet worked with Huawei Technologies to launch what it claims to be the country's first IP core network enabled for commercial use of 400G technology. Article

Cable News
> CBS paid Leslie Moonves $32 million in cash and bonuses last year, about 19 times higher than what CEOs running similar sized companies should make, according to a new study by compensation expert Graef Crystal. Article

> Hulu has lured away Jenny Wall from Netflix and tapped her to serve as the online streaming programmer's new head of marketing. Article

Wireless News
> Mobile wallet and payment venture Isis said that on average it has activated more than 20,000 mobile wallets per day in the past 30 days, giving it at least 600,000 members during that period. Article

> Sony said its Sony Mobile Communications unit hopes to sell 50 million smartphones in its coming fiscal year after falling short of last year's goal of 40 million, which itself had been revised down. Article

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