The FCC vote could pave the way for app-based streaming of all cable programming.
As cord-cutting increases, Comcast is seeking revenue elsewhere.
Launched in the early days of the web, it never figured out the next new thing.
The phone company is vying for Yahoo users in an effort to ramp up digital ad revenue.
That depends on who's buying it, and what they'll do with it.
The company's bringing 1,400 new jobs to the East Coast, and there are some advantages to running call centers in the U.S.
Landline services are declining. About 40,000 workers are protesting cost-cutting measures.
Speculation abounds on whether or not the nation's leading wireless service carrier should purchase the struggling Internet giant.
The unions represent workers in the wireline business, which is shrinking.