Updated July 6 at 7:06pm
Telecommunications
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Global private equity firm Providence Equity Partners on Tuesday announced its investment in Mauritius-based Helios Towers Africa as part of a $630 million fundraising round by the independent telecommunications tower company. more
Rhode Island Internet users would pay a total of $21.4 million in extra taxes if the Federal Communications Commission votes today to classify the Internet as a utility under Title II, according to a NerdWallet study. more
The largest U.S. cable companies may be approaching a cliff they’ve long tried to avoid - competition with each other. more
KVH Industries Inc. is offering a new service for its mini-VSAT broadband global maritime satellite network to ensure its customers always receive high-quality phone calls when at sea. more
Goldman Sachs may need to work on its image. This year, the firm beat recall-riddled General Motors along with Koch Industries and BP for the dubious distinction of worst corporate reputation, according to a new poll. more
They keep coming closer, but will just fail to make it again this year. The International Telecommunication Union estimated last week that there will be 7.1 billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide by the end of this year. more
In Rhode Island, television access through providers like Verizon, Cox and Full Channel Inc. is evolving to meet consumer demand from so-called “cord-cutters,” who view TV on mobile devices anywhere and everywhere. more
The Federal Communications Commission released the net-neutrality regulations it adopted last month on a party-line vote, as Republican lawmakers critical of the decision prepared to question the agency at hearings next week. more
Settlements have been reached with Sprint Corp. and Cellco Partnership, doing business as Verizon Wireless, regarding charges for third-party services placed on consumers’ mobile telephone bills that were not authorized by consumers, a practice known as “mobile cramming.” more
Verizon Communications Inc. agreed to buy AOL Inc. in a deal valued at $4.4 billion that intensifies the battle for advertising on mobile devices. more
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