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Via https://newsapi.org  online business  online marketing  online business opportunities Ranking 42 Countries by Ease of Doing Digital Business

Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities Ranking 42 Countries by Ease of Doing Digital Business

Paul Taylor/Getty Images The World Bank’s annual Doing Business survey has been described by some as the “World Cup” or “Olympics” for governments competing to make their countries attractive to businesses. The ranking measures how easy it is to do business in a country by examining regulatory environments and is enormously influential: it has inspired…


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Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities India Fixed Broadband Market Statistics and Analyses 2019 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “India – Fixed Broadband Market – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. India’s fixed broadband market remains highly under-developed due to the dominance of the mobile platform and in turn by the uptake of mobile broadband. Fixed broadband penetration is expected to grow at a moderate rate over the…



EchoStar selling broadcast business, including nine satellites, to Dish for $800 million – SpaceNews

EchoStar selling broadcast business, including nine satellites, to Dish for $800 million – SpaceNews

by Caleb Henry — May 20, 2019 Dish Networks’ purchase of EchoStar’s broadcast satellite services business includes the EchoStar-23 satellite and eight other spacecraft. Credit: Maxar Technologies WASHINGTON — EchoStar Corp. on May 20 agreed to sell its waning broadcast satellite services business to Dish Networks for $800 million, reshaping EchoStar as a company whose…



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Charter reaches deal to keep Spectrum business in New York – Buffalo News

The Public Service Commission announced Friday that it has reached a compromise with Charter Communications to keep its Spectrum cable television and internet operations in New York State. According to a statement from the commission, “Charter would expand its network to provide high-speed broadband service to 145,000 residences and businesses entirely in upstate New York;…



‘We’re not getting it’: Liberals sprinkle $700 million in Arctic but a strategic plan remains elusive

‘We’re not getting it’: Liberals sprinkle $700 million in Arctic but a strategic plan remains elusive

Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s pre-election budget took steps to tackle the gaping infrastructure deficit in Canada’s north, but offered no timeline for when a highly anticipated long-term development strategy for the region will be complete.In his last budget before the fall election, Morneau earmarked $700 million for Northern and Arctic initiatives, including $18 million for…


A Harvard professor warns that the US is falling behind in deploying fiber-optic networks, and it could make inequality here even worse

A Harvard professor warns that the US is falling behind in deploying fiber-optic networks, and it could make inequality here even worse

If you ask Susan Crawford, the biggest tech problem facing the US has nothing to do with election interference or privacy or smartphone-addicted teens or the market dominance of the likes of Facebook, Google, and Amazon. Instead, it involves something much more basic — the wires over which Americans connect to the internet. The vast…


As cable companies try to differentiate themselves in a competitive market, Comcast thinks its secret weapon is an app that lets it talk directly to consumers

As cable companies try to differentiate themselves in a competitive market, Comcast thinks its secret weapon is an app that lets it talk directly to consumers

Comcast is making Xfinity XFi its biggest priority this year. XFi is a mobile app that lets Comcast customers set up wifi networks, troubleshoot network issues, and see what devices are connected to their networks. The company believes having a product that promotes engagement with consumers will keep them subscribing. Cable companies want to differentiate…