Burlington Telecom to be sold to private investor; AT&T to bring U-verse to 3,000 more customers in Milwaukee area

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> Burlington, Vermont's Public Service Board approved the sale of struggling Burlington Telecom to businessman Raymond "Trey" Pecor. Article

> Telefonica Brasil's board of directors has approved plans for a capital increase to finance the takeover of Vivendi's Global Village Telecom (GVT) unit. Article

> AT&T will bring U-verse Internet, TV and voice services to about 3,000 additional customer locations in the Milwaukee area. Release

> CenturyLink announced that its board of directors voted to declare a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.54 per share, a portion of which will be payable out of capital surplus, on Dec. 5, 2014, to shareholders of record on Nov. 24, 2014. Release

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> The results from the major media conglomerates' third-quarter earnings reports are, for the most part, in. And the ad-sales metrics, while entirely distressing, aren't that surprising. Article

> Just two years after its drastic restructuring to focus on inserting ads into VOD, Canoe Ventures announced that it has delivered its 10 billionth national TV impression. Article

Wireless News
> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere came out against President Barack Obama's statement in support of the "strongest possible" net neutrality rules and his push for the FCC to reclassify broadband as Title II common carrier services. Article

> According to a new Reuters report, Apple is hiring a dedicated sales force and working with application developers in an effort to ratchet up its push into the mobile enterprise market following a deal in July with corporate powerhouse IBM. Article

And finally… In 2015, a hugely hyped $70B market will arrive #IOT #Innovation. Article

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