Time Warner Cable builds WiFi network in L.A.; Carol Bartz resigns from Yahoo! board

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> Hans Vestberg, Ericsson's president and CEO, will deliver a keynote address at the 2012 International CES tradeshow, which will be held Jan. 10-13 in Las Vegas. Release

> Time Warner Cable is building out first part of its $15 million WiFi network in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Article

> France Telecom could lose its appeal to pay EUR 1.1 billion (USD 1.55 billion) in back taxes to the French government. Article

> John Stephens, AT&T senior executive vice president and CFO, will speak at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2011 Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference in Beverly Hills on Thursday, Sept. 15 at 8:00 a.m. PT. Details

> Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown said during the recent Citi Investor conference that it reported $2.1 billion in sales during Q2 2011, up 6 percent annually. Article

> Net Insight, a provider of transport solutions for media, IP and broadcast networks, has introduced a new portfolio for contribution and distribution network access. Release

And finally ... Carol Bartz, as recently ousted as Yahoo! CEO, resigned as director of the Internet company's board. Article

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