Cincinnati hires IBM as guide; Italy's regulators want to avoid monopoly;

> International Business Machines Corp. has signed a services agreement to provide Cincinnati Bell with a strategic roadmap for Cincinnati Bell as it continues to transform its business to best meet the demands and opportunities of a converged communications services market. Report

> Eagle Broadband bankruptcy sale moves ahead. Report

> Windstream Announces Second-Quarter Earnings Conference Call. Report

> Cable & Wireless reiterates earnings guidance. Report

> Italian regulators wants to avoid monopoly in new telecom network. Report

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