I have yet to meet someone that would refuse extra money. Whether it's a raise at work, lottery winnings or a $100 bill laying on the side of the road. But, it's hard to control those things. Sure, you could work harder at your job, play the lottery and go on more walks.
When Nicole Nixon made the decision to become a full-fledged entrepreneur, she didn't spend years wrestling with the notion
As the debate continues in DC, it's not surprising that a major advocacy voice in the minority community recently jumped
The $48.5 billion deal would create the country's largest provider of cable or satellite TV.
Reed Galen, a Republican political strategist who worked on the presidential campaigns of George W. Bush and Sen. John McCain
Copps, the former FCC commissioner, said he wasn't surprised that merger promises have disappointed some consumer advocates
The vote was taken at the Federal Communications Commission Thursday morning, as drums pounded and hundreds of demonstrators supporting Net neutrality chanted outside FCC headquarters.
Just as most nonprofits initially resisted getting on board with social media, they're also apprehensive to spend the time and resources to devise and implement a mobile strategy. But with over 28 percent of web traffic now coming from mobile devices, the truth is the mobile age isn't coming, it's here.
The deal also included T-Mobile giving Verizon frequencies worth $950 million that Verizon, the No. 1 wireless carrier, can
With Father's Day coming up and generations around the world joining together in the exchange of sentiments and ideas, here are some ways in which innovations in communications have helped and deepen family relationships and closed the generational gap.
When merging companies talk about cost savings through "synergy," the workers know that pink slips are usually on the way. That's what we can expect if FCC Chairman Genachowski allows a merger of T-Mobile and MetroPCS to go through without conditions to protect employment.
For the last 20 years, the nation's major telecom companies have been playing the public and regulatory officials for fools. Now they're claiming they shouldn't be obliged to provide affordable landline service to everyone anymore, as they take the money and run to wireless.