- TZacks•7 hours ago
AT&T Inc. T is proceeding with its legal actions against the "One Touch Make Ready" ordinance imposed by the Nashville City Council. The council recently voted in favor of the ordinance, which allows competitors such as Alphabet Inc’s GOOG Google Fiber install wires on AT&T’s utility poles, without prior approval. Notably, this February, AT&T sued the Louisville Metro Government on the same grounds, backed by Frontier Communications Inc. FTR.
- BusinessCredit.com•7 hours ago
Just ask intrepid consumer reporter Bob Sullivan, who received his very own debt collection note after simply reaching out to a payday loan company (and alleged phantom debt collector) for a story. For starters, payday lenders don't typically report to major credit bureaus, like Experian, according to the bureau's Director of Public Education, Rod Griffin. "Any debt you enter into contractually you are obligated to repay, even if it doesn't appear in a credit report," Griffin said, and ignoring a legitimate debt could have serious consequences.
- financeYahoo Finance•2 hours ago
Forget Lincoln-Douglas or Kennedy-Nixon, this was going to be the debate for the ages. On one side, you had “The Donald”—a newcomer to the political arena, the shoot-from-the-hip and a “no holes barred” billionaire Republican—versus Hillary Clinton—the old pro, a seasoned Democratic politician trying