AT&T steps up anti net neutrality lobbying; Charter sets sights on business, wireless backhaul

> AT&T (NYSE: T) is pushing furiously to stop net neutrality in its tracks, the Washington Post reports, furiously lobbying the FCC ahead of a possible December vote on the issue. Story.

> IPC Systems is expanding its financial markets network infrastructure to include the Philippine Stock Exchange. News release.

> An IDC Analyst report has singled out BT (NYSE: BT) as a leader in telecom services, noting the operator's IT network services improvements in the Asia Pacific region. Story.

> Allot Communications (Nasdaq: ALLT) has been approved for a dual listing on the Tel Aviv stock exchange. The listing will debut under the ticker symbol ALLT on Dec. 21. Allot's ordinary shares will continue to be listed on the Nasdaq Global Select (GS) Market in the United States as well. News release.

> Everything's coming up roses for Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR), which emerged from bankruptcy late last year and should see a 12 percent jump in annual commercial revenues to $500 million, according to a Multichannel News story. The cable MSO has also set its sights on its business segment as well as wireless backhaul.

> Bloomberg is waxing positive about online sales, posting a Cyber Monday article that predicted this year's holiday Web sales would climb to their highest level since 2007. Story.

And finally... Chalk another win up for NASA, sort of. The space agency has been dubbed the "most social media and Web savvy entity" in the public sector in a combined George Washington University/New York University business schools report.  Story.