KeyCorp's Mooney joins AT&T board of directors; Enterprises define their own cloud strategies

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> AT&T has appointed Beth Mooney, chairman and chief executive officer of KeyCorp, to its board of directors. Release

> ADTRAN announced today that the company will release its financial results for the third quarter 2013 on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. Release

> Enterprises revealed during the recent 451 Research Summit that they are defining their own cloud strategies. Article

Cable News

> While the FCC upheld an order that will force Comcast to carry Bloomberg TV on channels adjacent to other news networks, the MSO won't be forced to place Bloomberg adjacent to rival CNBC. Article

> Cable operators will be able to deploy set-tops integrated with conditional access technology instead of using more expensive CableCARD modules, if a bill introduced by Rep. Bob Latta (R.-Ohio) and Rep. Gene Green (D.-Texas) becomes law. Article

Wireless News

> A Federal Aviation Administration advisory panel recommended that airline passengers be allowed to use their smartphones, tablets, e-readers and other mobile devices during takeoffs and landings. Article

> Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen did not get control of Sprint or Clearwire this spring. However, he seems to be on a glide path to gain control over bankrupt LightSquared's spectrum. Article

> A California judge has signed off on the details of a settlement between Apple and AT&T and customers who claimed they were tricked into buying an Apple iPad in 2010 only to have AT&T then switch its unlimited data plans to a usage-based pricing system. Article

And finally Cloud, PaaS adoption is failing the modern worker. Post

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