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New York's attorney general said Tuesday that the state's largest broadband provider, Spectrum Time Warner, agreed to pay more than $174 million to settle a consumer fraud case over spurious promis…... [Read More]
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A London restaurant that recently opened in New York City is being denounced by food critics - including one zero-star review in which it was compared to Brexit. Bluebird London's New York output opened in the Time Warner Centre in September - and has since been met with a less-than-positive reception. [Read More]
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Bluebird London, a branch of a restaurant founded by Sir Terence Conran in the 1990s, is open for business in the Time Warner Center. [Read More]
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Charter Communications has agreed to pay a record $174.2 million for defrauding its New York customers of fast and reliable internet services. The landmark payout will directly distribute $62.5 million to 700,000 customers who subscribed to Charter's Spectrum broadband internet service or its Time Warner Cable predecessor. Terms also call for Charter to provide free... [Read More]
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Charter Communications has agreed to a consumer fraud settlement that will see the company issue $62.5 million in direct refunds to customers in New York, the state's attorney general announced. It's the largest payout to consumers by an ISP in US history, and only about a third of the total amount of the settlement at large.New York's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Charter in February 2017 alleging the company outright lied about internet speeds. The lawsuit described it as a "scheme" in which Charter, which initially operated as Time Warner Cable and later under the company's Spectrum brand,... [Read More]
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The company, which operates under the Spectrum brand name and includes the former Time Warner Cable, will pay $62.5 million in direct refunds to customers. [Read More]
Without net neutrality rules, telecom-backed streaming services are free to fight dirty, and a new streaming service from the merged AT&T and Time Warner could be the first test case. [Read More]
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2018 has been a year of transformation in the telecom and media industries. Telco behemoths snatched up media and ad tech in an effort to compete against the Silicon Valley giants. Digital upstarts like Netflix or YouTube threaten cable-TV viewership and subscriber counts while the Facebook-Google duopoly has a chokehold on digital advertising. What followed in 2018 were megadeals and industry-reckoning antitrust decisions by the DOJ. AT&T scooped up Time Warner and AppNexus. Disney acquired 21st Century Fox and Comcast picked up Sky. Those deals totaled nearly $200 billion. Now, those companies... [Read More]
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How the AT&T takeover at Time Warner affects the local studio... [Read More]
Dec 12, 2018--Sector 5, Inc. (OTC: SFIV), a fast-growing OEM provider of computers, announced the Company has hired Mr. Joseph Leonardi as the new President of Business Development. [Read More]
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It would be hard to top the drama of 2018. From media mega-mergers to the rise of Time's Up, it was a year that had more than its fair share of twists and turns. Leslie Moonves resigned in disgrace, AT&T snapped up Time Warner, Disney inched closer to subsuming Fox and "Black Panther" shattered box... [Read More]
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