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Verizon Wireless, the country's largest cellphone company, says it will start charging $30 every time a subscriber wants to upgrade to a new phone.
New schools will go to 'grade 14' to enable students to get high-tech skills and associate degrees.
There's just no way the carriers will stay ahead of demand without raising revenues and pricing by the byte-to-ration capacity.
Congress brings in much-needed revenue by auctioning off airwaves to wireless telecom carriers.
When it comes to the development of high speed wireless Internet, big is not necessarily bad.
Make Mom or Dad's place of employment the first place you search for money for higher education.
The Verizon-CWA strike shows how an evolving economy requires evolving union priorities.
One sign of hope for the economy: Some firms have flipped from firing to hiring.
Roughly 300 companies say fully funding pensions will lead to job losses and benefit reductions.