Yahoo chairman asked to resign; Minneapolis Internet users are best protected from hackers

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> Only days after firing Carol Bartz, Yahoo! chairman Roy Bostock may also exit soon as Third Point LLC, one of the investors in the search engine company, "urged" him to resign due to the company's poor performance. Article

> Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and her husband face more charges over the country's "botched" national broadband deal. Article

> Cablevision customers say that the cable MSO has increased the speed on its Boost Plus product from 50/8 Mbps to 60/8 Mbps. Article

> Cornerstone Telephone, a Troy, N.Y.-based CLEC, has selected Zhone's MXK to expand its base of business VoIP and Ethernet-over-copper services. Release

> E-Net, the operator of the Irish government's metro area network infrastructure, reported a 20 percent year-on-year rise in turnover and an 70 percent increase in net profit. Article

> Level 3 will provide CDN services to Prisa TV, delivering 10 channels to iPhone, iPad and PC subscribers in Spain. Release

And finally ... According to a new study from AVG Technologies, Minneapolis is the best protected city from hackers. Article

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