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Jobs' Privacy vs. Investors' Right to Know
CEOs' Illness Raises Ethical Question: Where Is Line Between Privacy and Disclosure?
Verizon sells landlines in 14 states to Frontier in $8.6B deal
deal worth $8.6 billion. Frontier Communications ftr , based in Stamford, Conn ..... say. The deal will triple Frontier 's size and make it the nation's ..... businesses. Maggie Wilderotter, Frontier 's chairman and chief executive
Time Warner Cable shelves some Internet cap plans
where those who use more bandwidth pay more. Time Warner Cable's Internet rival in Rochester, N.Y., Frontier Communications Co., earlier dropped its own plans for metered billing. Time Warner Cable's retreat leaves AT&T Inc
Comcast will start monthly Internet use cap on Oct. 1
subscriber's plan. Time Warner Cable Inc. is testing caps between 5 gigabytes and 40 gigabytes in one market. Frontier Communications Co., a phone company, plans to start charging extra for use of more than 5 gigabytes per month.
Is the End of Unlimited Internet Near?
toward usage-based service plans. On Aug. 1, Frontier Communications changed its policy to define acceptable use for ..... Lohmann, a senior staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit civil liberties group
Internet providers' usage caps irk customers
New York. The phone company, Frontier Communications Corp., is one of several Internet ..... are shared between households. Frontier 's announcement is noteworthy ..... pricing structure elsewhere. Frontier 's biggest market is in Rochester
Boomers' eagerness to retire could cost them
employees to leave. Peter Wagner, 61, who lives outside Kingman, Ariz., retired last year after his employer, Frontier Communications , offered him an incentive to retire before age 65. "It wasn't exactly a golden parachute," he jokes