Cincinnati Bell further reduces stake in CyrusOne; Comcast Business names new SVP of Central division

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> Cincinnati Bell has completed the sale to CyrusOne of 14.2 operating partnership units for $30 per unit. Release

> Vodafone Greece has acquired an additional 8.34 percent stake in Greek broadband operator Hellas Online (HOL), raising its total stake to 99.53 percent. Article

> Comcast has named Jeff Buzzelli senior vice president of Comcast Business for the company's Central division, headquartered in Atlanta. Release

> The U.S. Department of Defense has not lived up to its promise to convert to IPv6. Article

Cable News
> Willing to expand its programming bundle to get more sports into its portfolio of networks, Dish Network has added Outside Television to its "Multi Sport" programming package. Article

> The American Cable Association continues to hammer away on the notion that cable companies can improve broadband services if they're relieved from the burden of spiraling programming costs. Article

Online Video News
> Owners of an Apple TV streaming device, or an iPhone or iPad, are getting the first look at HBO's new standalone over the top service, HBO Now. Article

Wireless News
> HTC eked out a profit for the first quarter but the company still faces strong competitive headwinds as it looks to regain sales in the smartphone market and push beyond phones. Article

> The Merchant Content Exchange (MCX), which will launch a mobile payments service under the CurrentC brand, plans to introduce the service in one market in mid-2015. Article

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