| AT&T Plays Underdog, And Bully, In Cable War
The New York Times, April 24, 2017 Monday
WASHINGTON -- Here in the nation's capital, AT&T has painted itself as an underdog that needs to merge with Time Warner in a blockbuster $85 billion deal to compete with powerful cable companies. But in several cities and states, AT&T's actions send a different message. In Nashville and Louisville, Ky., AT&T has sued to make it harder for rival broadband providers to use utility poles. In Missouri, Tennessee and North Carolina, the company has pushed for laws that block municipal broadband...