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USOC Sponsor AT&T Condemns Russia’s Anti-gay Law

By Oskar Garcia | Wednesday Feb 5, 2014
U.S. Olympic Committee sponsor AT&T has condemned a Russian law restricting gay-rights activity as Sochi prepares to host the Winter Olympics.

NGLCC: Champions of LGBT Business

By William Kapfer | Wednesday Aug 15, 2012
Coverage from the country’s premiere LGBT business conference, the National Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’s 9th Annual National Business and Leadership Conference.

Sad Day at GLAAD: Gay Media Watchdog Lays Off 25% of Employees

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jan 23, 2012
GLAAD recently announced that it would cut 25 percent of its staff, laying off 11 of its 45 members. The organization sites a struggling economy and lack of donations for the layoff.

AT&T expands Wi-Fi zones in public spaces

By Peter Svensson | Wednesday Dec 29, 2010
AT&T Inc. is expanding Wi-Fi access for its subscribers in New York and introducing it in San Francisco, adding data capacity in two cities with heavy wireless network use from the iPhone and other devices.

AT&T sets up division to target health care

By Peter Svensson | Thursday Nov 4, 2010
AT&T Inc., the country’s largest telecommunications company, on Thursday said it is setting up a division to target the health care industry, hoping to have a significant seat at the table when industry adopts electronic medical records, doctor’s visits by video-conferencing and wireless gadgets like remote glucose monitors.

New tech extends range of AT&T U-Verse service

Friday Jul 16, 2010
AT&T Inc. said Thursday that it’s deploying a new, but long-promised, technology to reach more homes with its U-Verse service, which provides cable TV and higher Internet speeds.

AT&T not selling iPhone 4 until June 29

Wednesday Jun 23, 2010
Though Apple stores will be carrying the iPhone 4 this Thursday, you’ll have to wait until next week if you want to buy it from its official U.S. wireless carrier, AT&T Inc.

T-Mobile promotion to offer free phones

Tuesday Jun 15, 2010
Wireless carrier T-Mobile plans to give free phones to customers who sign up for group calling plans at its retail stores on Saturday - just days before rival At&T will start selling Apple’s latest iPhone.

AT&T says it will be generous with iPhone upgrades

By Peter Svensson | Tuesday Jun 8, 2010
AT&T, the exclusive carrier for the iPhone in the U.S., said Monday it will charge new subscribers $199 or $299 for the iPhone 4, depending on the data capacity. But if you’re a current AT&T subscriber, the company applies a secret formula to determine if you’re eligible for the new-subscriber price.

AT&T caps phone data usage with new wireless plans

By Peter Svensson | Wednesday Jun 2, 2010
In time for the widely expected launch of a new iPhone model, carrier AT&T Inc. is pulling in the reins on data usage by its customers with smart phones and iPads.