Consumer Protections and Good Jobs

The company sees new opportunities to bundle broadband with video service now that AT&T has integrated DirecTV.
Call comes after Feds serve Verizon with a labor complaint for attempting to silence Brooklyn workers, who are the first retail workers to form a union in Verizon Wireless and are seeking a fair contract
Customers, advocates, and workers testified against the Altice-Cablevision deal at NY PSC hearings in the Hudson Valley and the Bronx, voicing their concerns about how European cable company Altice's move to buy Cablevision would negatively affect jobs and customer service.
Pressure is growing on regulators to address T-Mobile?s misleading and fraudulent business practices.
The NY PSC approves the deal -- as long as Charter agrees to service and investment conditions.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere apologized to the EFF, but the company has yet to recognize EFF?s concerns or implement EFF?s recommendations for the Binge On program.
German lawmakers and company investors are calling on Deutsche Telekom to ensure that T-Mobile respects workers? rights.
New York city officials -- and Wall Street investors -- are raising serious questions about the proposed purchase of New York-based Cablevision by Amsterdam-based Altice.
This year was a big one for telecommunications news. Here?s our list of the top stories -- events that we believe will have lasting impact in promoting our goals of affordable, high-speed broadband for all Americans and good jobs for workers in the telecom industry.
700,000 member union says deal will lead to outsourcing, too much debt, cites Moody?s concerns about debt.