tw telecom talks disaster recovery; Illinois bill may let employers see workers' personal e-mails

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> ZTE's Q1 2013 net profit rose 35.9 percent due to its focus on higher margin contracts and maintains cost controls. Release

> tw telecom Manhattan's Robert Bianco discussed how its business continuity and disaster recovery plans enabled the carrier to stay operational during Hurricane Sandy. Article

> Uruguay's wireline broadband subscribers, according to the country's regulator URSEC, rose 23 percent in 2012. Article

Cable News

> Randy Morin, a former installer for Charter Communications who was arrested in March for allegedly selling illegal cable connections, accepted a plea deal from prosecutors in Bay City, Mich. Article

> Arris reported that an uptick in spending from Time Warner Cable and other international cable MSOs drove up its Q1 2013 sales. Article

IPTV News

> Pace's first-half 2013 revenues will get a boost from an increased demand for its media server platforms. Article

And finally … An Illinois bill could allow employers to see their workers' personal, non-work-related e-mail messages. Article

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