“We’re really hoping that we're the first in a line of dominos."
If the unionization effort succeeds in Kansas City, the Google Fiber subcontractors would be the first in the country to successfully unionize.
Google’s 'pause' is driven largely by executive frustrations with fiber deployment costs and a fascination with the potential of next-generation wireless.
AT&T and other traditional ISPs are racing to compete with Google around the country, which is exactly what we need.
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
In Louisville, AT&T lawyers are once again wielding a lawsuit to impede progress.
Google Fiber in San Francisco has been 15 years in the making.
The city "put a nail in the coffin of telephone and cable monopolies."
Should we be happy that things could be worse?
As long as Alphabet’s core advertising products keep making money, its moonshots are under no pressure to become viable businesses.
Municipal internet is alive and kicking.