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Sacred Heart U. gets into the coworking business

The 11,000-square-foot space will offer various levels of memberships and services.

Verizon worker buyouts, impairment charge to cost more than $6 billion

A day after announcing that 10,400 management employees have accepted its buyout offer, Verizon said it expects to record a noncash goodwill impairment charge of approximately $4.6 billion.

Ransomware: Hostage-taking, cyber style

These type of attacks have been traced back to 1989 with the virus known as both the PC Cyborg and AIDS.

Frontier eliminating 250 managerial jobs nationwide

No customer-facing employees are affected, according to the company.

Revenue and losses both up in Frontier’s second quarter

The Norwalk company’s numbers included the April acquisition of Verizon customers in California, Texas and Florida for $10.54 billion.

Striking Verizon employees return to work

The telecommunications company announced a tentative agreement Monday with unions representing striking Verizon employees.

Verizon Wireless to add 135 jobs

Verizon Wireless announced it is adding 135 jobs throughout the New York metro area.

Verizon reaches tentative agreement with CWA, IBEW

Verizon reached a tentative agreement with the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on new, three-year contracts for 43,000 East wireline employees.

‘Don’t wait until after a cyber 9/11 attack’

The Internet is under attack on all fronts, notes U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, who with Sen. Susan Collins is cosponsoring the Cybersecurity Act.

Frontier flips Verizon switch

Frontier Communications completed the conversion of Verizon systems to its own, stemming from a 2010 deal.