Updated April 25 at 4:56pm
Telecommunications
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U.S. regulators invoked broad powers to ensure that Web traffic for all users is treated equally, adopting net neutrality rules that supporters say will preserve a wide-open Internet and that opponents vow to fight in court. 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
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
VimpelCom Ltd.’s Italian unit started exclusive talks with Abertis Infraestructuras SA to sell its wireless towers to the Spanish company, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. more
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said he will propose utility-style rules to ensure Internet service providers don’t interfere with subscribers’ Web traffic. more
NEW YORK - Wireless carriers led by AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. are fighting to keep mobile broadband service excluded from strong open-Internet regulations backed by President Barack … more
Vice president of Cox Business Sales for the company’s Northeast region talks with Providence Business News about his new position and changes in the industry. more
BOSTON – Verizon New England Inc. has paid more than $1.3 million to resolve allegations that the company overcharged Massachusetts for telecommunications services under a statewide procurement contract. 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
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