Global Equities raises Google's share price to $700; Telecom Egypt employees lock CEO in office over pay dispute

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@FierceTelecom RT @electronista: Dennis Ritchie, inventor of the C programming language, passed away Wednesday. Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> Global Equities Research raised the price target of Google's shares from $650 to $700. Article

> Swisscom has begun to deploy Fiber to the Home (FTTH) in Bellinzona with plans to connect more than 10,000 homes in the city. Article

> Patrick Ostiguy, president and CEO of Accedian Networks, was named Ernst & Young's Quebec Entrepreneur of the Year in the Technology Solutions category. Release

> Ekinops unveiled a line of 100G transponder and muxponder products that provides for native transport of 100GE and aggregates lower rates into 100GE network connections. Release

> Dan Caruso, Zayo Group's founder and CEO, will present at the CLE International Private Equity 5th Annual Conference taking place Oct. 13-14, 2011 in Denver. Release

And finally ... Telecom Egypt's employees locked CEO Mohammed Abdel Rehim in his office because their pay increase demands have not been met. Article

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