Cincinnati Bell closes on secondary offering of 1.35M shares; F5 CEO Manny Rivelo resigns

More wireline industry news from across the Web:

> WiredWest supporters were not able to get into an informational meeting hosted by Mass Broadband, a division of the Mass Technology Collaborative that is supposed to invest $40 million to help build a network in western Massachusetts.  Article

> Cincinnati Bell has closed its secondary public offering of 1.35 million of its shares of common stock of CyrusOne Inc. totaling approximately $47.6 million. Release

> Australia's National Broadband Network has announced an increase in data allowances for customers using its satellite solution. Article

> F5 Networks CEO Manny Rivelo, who was appointed in April, has resigned from the Seattle company, effective immediately.  Release

Cable News

> Comcast CEO Brian Roberts spoke at an event last week and talked about why he believes cable companies rank at or near the bottom of consumer satisfaction surveys. Article

> The Supreme Court ruled that a class-action suit against DirecTV can't move forward because the complaints must be settled in private arbitration.  Article

Wireless News

> Some regulators worry that T-Mobile US' Binge On and other zero-rated services represent a way to "boost favored content," a move that would run afoul of the FCC's net neutrality guidelines. Article

> Samsung appealed to the Supreme Court over a $399 million judgment for illegally copying patented features and designs of the iPhone. Article

And finally … Apple allegedly has a secret lab in Taiwan where it's developing a super-thin iPhone display. Article

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