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Gail Roper , Raleigh's chief information officer, says the timing is still up in the air.
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4 hrs ago | KIII
Employees formed a picket line outside the downtown offices of AT&T in Corpus Christi, saying that since last year, their healthcare premiums have gone up some 300-percent.
5 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
An independent mobile research and testing organization today named AT&T's wireless network for top honors.
9 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
AT&T, which has recently announced agreements with Tesla Motors Inc., Volkswagen AG’s Audi and General Motors Co., is pursuing one of the fastest-growing new wireless markets as smartphone service reaches saturation.
13 hrs ago | Canada NewsWire
Volvo customers in the U.S. and will also have access to Volvo On Call, a service allowing remote access to car functions and an emergency crash notification service.
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The network was down primarily in the West and Midwest, but by 7 p.m. on the East Coast, service was restored, according to Warner May, an AT&T spokesman.
While U.S. regulators would likely thwart that deal, analysts at New Street Research LLP contend their merger aversion would still inevitably lead to only three major U.S. carriers.
Arlington's iconic 1950s roadside landmark near AT&T Stadium reopened last week to huge crowds and hourlong waits for the inexpensive steaks, Tex-Mex, pizzas and particularly the beloved green salsa.
There is a warning for AT&T customers. Crooks are calling, directing people to a phony website claiming to be with the company.
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Ah, springtime in North Texas, when a young man's fancy turns to love. And hail.
"Nooooo!" an obvious majority of the Mississippi House yelled in unison loud enough to rattle the stained glass.
President Obama at meeting with executives from leading tech companies at the White House in Washington December 17, 2013.
ROBIN TRIMARCHIfirstname.lastname@example.orgAflac Chief Operating Officer Teresa White talks in her office at the Wynnton Road corporate headquarters.