Topic: contract negotiations
As part of a major commitment to the state of Connecticut, Charter Communications will locate its captive insurance operations in Hartford.
The Federal Trade Commission wants AT&T to pay $3.95 billion to settle a false-advertising complaint filed against its DirecTV unit in March 2015.
Litigation over a carriage fee dispute between Charter Communications and Fox News appears to have been settled.
Five Democratic U.S. senators have asked AT&T to end clauses in DirecTV contracts requiring customers to enter forced arbitration to resolve disputes.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is siding with the IBEW in its three-month battle with Charter Communications.