One text at a time, America's largest telecommunications companies are fueling climate change.
Broadband companies want the government to let them control the internet as we know it. And they've got help.
At stake is whether the Internet remains a democratic, user-powered network.
If we had actual competition for mobile phone services in America, AT&T's decision to charge you more for less would never fly.
The telecommunications giant twisted the truth when it said it wanted to set the record straight in the Record-Journal
Verizon is the poster child for corporate irresponsibility.
Verizon wants to ink cartel-like deals with a cabal of cable companies -- its former competitors -- to resell each other's products.
Today's corporate elites should stop pushing for austerity for the many and prosperity for the few and embrace Henry Ford's strategy of shared prosperity.