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AG Tong urges Comcast to abandon proposed data cap

Tong supports legislative efforts to either suspend or delay the data plan.

Plug being pulled on Stamford-based NBC Sports Network

The network's coverage of the Stanley Cup playoffs and NASCAR races will reportedly move to The USA Network.

Mastercard joins growing chorus of disapproval over GOP attempts to overturn...

Meanwhile, security is being beefed up around Albany and Hartford in the wake of FBI warnings that more potentially violent protests are in the making in all 50 states.

Comcast drops WTNH, WCTX in Fairfield County

Fairfield County viewers can still receive the two channels via their over-the-air broadcast signals or through paid TV service provider Frontier Communications.

Charter Communications partners with Comcast for joint wireless projects

The companies say that the resulting efficiencies will provide more choice, innovative products and competitive prices for customers in each of their respective footprints.

Comcast to resume YES Network programming on March 31

Sports channel was dropped in November 2015 following fee dispute.

Comcast reaches deal with YES Network

In an unrelated development, popular Fox News personality Megyn Kelly is moving to NBC.

Comcast offers dual Wi-Fi for small businesses

Small businesses can now use a single cable modem to receive private and public Wi-Fi services.

Comcast, UConn to open cybersecurity program

The center will fuse the expertise of UConn's researchers with Comcast's experience in Internet systems security to develop detection systems and tools.

GE to sell NBC stake for $16.7B

Three years and change after announcing plans to reduce its stake in NBCUniversal in a deal with Comcast Corp., General Electric Co. has agreed to sell its remaining 49 percent stake to the cable provider for $16.7 billion.

NBC Sports scores Premier League

NBC Sports Group will carry English Premier League soccer beginning in 2013.

Rometty, Nooyi 1-2 on power list

IBM Corp. CEO Ginni Rometty and PepsiCo Inc. CEO Indra Nooyi are the two most powerful women in business, according to Fortune.

WiFi access expands to five cable cos.

Under CableWiFi, Cablevision and four other cable TV companies will allow access to each other’s Internet hot spots.

GE turns corner on Real Estate

Even as the sale of NBC Universal dimmed GE profits, its real estate unit was in the black for the first time since 2008.

UBS hubbub continues

Speculation continues on UBS’ ultimate decision on Stamford – and the city’s appeal to other large employers.