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Frontier rolls out tools to combat robocalls and caller ID spoofing

The Norwalk company is partnering with call authentication technology provider Neustar on its new efforts.

Frontier Communications taps Bernard Han for chief executive role

Han was previously executive vice president of strategic planning at DISH Network.

Frontier offers new service for medium and large enterprises

The new service combines hosted and managed technology that can be scaled as business needs expand.

Frontier selling Northwest operations, assets for $1.35 billion

The assets are being acquired by private investment firms WaveDivision Capital LLC and Searchlight Capital Partners LLC.

Nine Fairfield, four Westchester firms make Fortune 500

IBM led the way in Westchester, while Charter Communications was the top-ranked firm in Fairfield County.

Frontier Communications shed 734 jobs since January; at least another 280...

"We have substantial work ahead,” said the Norwalk firm’s president and CEO Dan McCarthy.

Frontier Communications debuts B2B Wi-Fi service

The new service is being marketed to retail, hospitality and professional service facilities.

Frontier Communications debuts gigabit service

Frontier also debuted its Wi-Fi EveryWare program to address some of the challenges Wi-Fi users encounter in their home coverage.

CFO resigns from Frontier Communications

The Norwalk-based company said R. Perley McBride is resigning for personal reasons and will be rejoining his family in Atlanta.

Controversial plan to allow Life Time building in Stamford approved

The city's zoning board has approved an amendment regarding the High Ridge Park building, which has been vacant since Frontier Communications moved to Norwalk in 2015.

Charter Communications tops Fairfield County companies on Fortune 500

The Stamford company experienced the second-most growth in revenue among Fortune 500 telecommunications companies.

Thomas Madden: Repurposing vacant office parks a necessity

Having done well in Westchester County, Madden views repurposing Stamford's High Ridge Park as a test case for Fairfield County. The proposal to repurpose one of the six buildings into a fitness facility has run into significant opposition from neighboring residents.

WCHN announces new board leadership

Andrew Whittingham, president and CEO of Stamford private investment firm C.A.W.L. Developments Inc., has been appointed chairman of the board.

Public hearings on controversial High Ridge Park development to continue

“The Chamber of Commerce is always supportive of anything that can bring economic growth – not at all costs, but at good cost -- and that’s what this project would be," says Stamford Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jack Condlin.

West Va. workers’ strike against Frontier Communications ends

Union members will be briefed on the agreement and will hold a vote on the proposal in the coming weeks.