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Telecom industry gains ground in opposition to public high-speed web option

Matt Pilon |

Internet providers appear to be gaining ground in a long-running dispute with Connecticut municipalities that want to offer competing ultra-fast web service by stringing up fiber cables on utility...

Comcast offering web services to Harford seniors, nonprofits

Patricia Daddona |

Global telecommunications company Comcast Corp. is offering high-speed internet programming in the city of Hartford in an effort to bridge the digital divide, the company said this week.

Charter to establish insurance captive in CT

Patricia Daddona |

Stamford-based Charter Communications said Wednesday it will base its entire captive insurance operations in Connecticut as part of its expansion here.

Charter Communications plans $100M Stamford expansion

Patricia Daddona |

Charter Communications Inc. said Tuesday it will take advantage of Connecticut's First Five Plus incentive program as it expands here, building a new headquarters in Stamford and creating 1,100 new...

Loss of landline customers gives Frontier early headaches in CT

Matt Pilon | 2

Frontier Communications spent $2 billion in 2014 to purchase AT&T's Connecticut wireline business, hoping to stem a longtime cord-cutting trend and gain customers in the competitive internet and...

Frontier 2Q deeper in red

Patricia Daddona |

Norwalk telecommunications provider Frontier, which has a Hartford presence, continued to see red ink in the second quarter.

Frontier narrows 1Q loss

Patricia Daddona | 1

Frontier Communications, which has a significant presence in Hartford, narrowed its first quarter losses but still saw red ink as the company shed thousands of non-paying customers in three states.

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