AT&T launches job site for veterans; Comcast brings home control service to Calif. markets

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> Comcast launched its "XFINITY Home" service in part of its Sacramento Valley and Central Valley service area in California. Release

> AT&T has launched a website targeting veterans and active duty military searching for jobs with the telco. Article

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