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9 hrs ago | The News-Star
In this 2009 file photo, tarmac workers prepare a United Airlines Airbus 320 for departure from Denver International Airport.
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14 hrs ago | Daily Dispatch
Harry Mills came back to Granville County seven years ago to care for his mother.
15 hrs ago | Theflyonthewall.com
Chance of Rackspace strategic buyer lower if CenturyLink out, says Wells Fargo After BrightWire said that CenturyLink's interest in Raxspace had faded, Wells Fargo cautioned that it is difficult to judge the validity of sources in "articles such as this."
19 hrs ago | Portland Tribune
Craig Burman hit downtown and pulled right into a metered parking spot in front of the Multnomah County courthouse Thursday morning, July 3. On previous courthouse trips, Burman, who works on the courthouse phone system for CenturyLink, needed to circle downtown blocks for as long as 25 minutes before finding a spot.
23 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha
The telecommunication sector has gone through significant changes, as consumers shift from traditional voice to data services.
Carrier enterprise spending is in transition mode due to the Federal Communications Commission's Connect America Fund, or CAF, initiative.
CenturyLink was selected by the National Institutes of Health to provide colocation, network connectivity and disaster recovery services to the NIH National Library of Medicine and the NIH Center for Information Technology.
Spend Matters welcomes another guest post from Matt West of NPI , a spend management consultancy focused on eliminating overspending on IT, telecom, and shipping.
CenturyLink has been expanding its global cloud footprint at a rapid pace, and its next expansion is in its Toronto data center, where the company has established a cloud node.
Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo has officially announced his bid for the 5th U.S. Congressional District seat held by first-term Rep. Vance McAllister.
The incident closed the freeway in both directions late Tuesday morning for about 45 minutes, said Don Hamilton, a spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Omaha police reports indicate a technician working for CenturyLink discovered the theft of 400 feet of copper telephone wire from an open field.
First and foremost, special access is not 'special'. Special access has been a category of 'access lines' -- pretty much any business-class data broadband line with a speed of over 1.5 Mbps in both directions, though there are 'heavy duty' business-class services used by the wireless and phone companies, including competitive wireless providers ... (more)
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