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Ofcom proposes automatic compensation for consumers

Landline and broadband customers who suffer slow repairs, or missed deadlines or appointments, would receive money back from their provider, without having to ask, under plans published by Ofcom today. The regulator is consulting on proposals for customers to be paid automatic compensation, in the form of a cash payment or a credit to their bill, […]

Friday Bytes: Lumos, Colt, AMS-IX

Here's a quick look at some other network news from this week:... [visit site to read more]

Breaking down Amazon's revenues (2)

Here are the absolute numbers for Amazon's 8 revenue lines. Note: indicative. Note: from 14Q1 to 16Q4 Prime grew from ~$600m to ~$1.8b. revenue contribution (%)03-31-201430-06-201431-03-201530-06-201531-3-201530-6-201530-9-201531-12-201531-3-201630-6-201630-9-201631-12-2016 media: Amazon

Careem celebrates Pakistan Day; Aspires to Make Pakistan Great Again

Region’s leading ride-hailing app aims provide economic opportunities for 100k individuals by the end of 2017  Pakistan, March 22, 2017 – With Pakistan Day around the corner, Careem, the region’s leading ride-hailing app, has announced its newest initiative “Make Pakistan Great Again”. Show More Summary

When clean cargoes go dirty

An eye-catching fixture was seen recently that gave a glimpse of the dirty side of clean tankers. The Medium Range tanker Iver Experience was reported to be on subjects to Lukoil to load a a 38,000 mt cargo of diesel oil on the US Gulf Coast and then head across the Atlantic. That doesn’t seem […] The post When clean cargoes go dirty appeared first on The Barrel Blog.

Pennsylvania Boasts America’s First-Ever State Legislative Nuclear Caucus

If you believe that a lot of action is taking place at the state level when it comes to policy affecting nuclear energy, you’re right, and the latest news comes out of Pennsylvania. State Senators Ryan Aument (R-36) and John Yudichak...Show More Summary

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 18 - 24 March 2017

Oh, boy! Another water book! This one is edited by Pat Mulroy, she (formerly) of the Southern Nevada Water Authority and now with the Brookings Institution and a few other organizations. To hear an interview with her click here. Check out the chapter titles and authors. Good bunch of folks....

Compromise Doesn't Always Come Cheap

As you look to grow your company's market share, revenue and profits, don't forget to take into account the cost of compromise. In this case, compromise doesn't mean finding middle ground on some divisive issue. Instead, compromise means compromising some key aspect of your company's way of doing business in the name of money. Show More Summary

Smart Water, Wastewater Management Drives Down Costs, Reduces Loss

A growing number of public-private are working to improve water infrastructure in the US. This benefits companies by reducing the cost of water and conserving water resources, which all organizations require in their daily operations. The post Smart Water, Wastewater Management Drives Down Costs, Reduces Loss appeared first on Environmental Leader.

More Renewable Energy Means More Operating Reserves, Right? Wrong

How changes in regulations have resulted in a decrease in operating reserves

Cloud M&A – Running to Where the Ball is Going

This Industry Viewpoint was contributed by Michael Quinn & Jordan Rupar of Q Advisors Q Advisors recently joined hundreds of leaders from across the cloud and managed services space at Cavell’s third annual European VoIP Summit in London. Industry consolidation was a recurring theme throughout... [visit site to read more]

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