AT&T's John Stephens to speak at Deutsche Bank conference; Telefonica serves up new quad-play service bundle

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> John Stephens, senior executive vice president and CFO for AT&T, will speak at the Deutsche Bank 2014 Media, Internet and Telecom Conference in Palm Beach, Fla., on Wednesday, March 12, at 7:45 a.m. ET. Release

> Telefonica has retooled its Fusion quad-play offering and will launch various new bundles that will include wireline voice, mobile voice, fixed and mobile broadband connection and TV services. Article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> Cable overbuilder WideOpenWest said it is using NetCracker's operational support system (OSS) to "streamline network operations, enhance service fulfillment processes" and help it pursue the commercial services market. Article

> Following similar moves from Cablevision and Time Warner Cable, Dish Network launched its Dish Anywhere app Wednesday on Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX tablets. Article

Wireless News
> Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has been off the job for one month but he's reflecting on his time leading the software giant and regrets not moving sooner to integrate mobile hardware and software. Article

> Wilson Electronics bought smaller rival zBoost, consolidating the niche market for cell-signal boosters. Article

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