Saturday, November 26, 2011

Electric cooperatives support honor flight - The Item: AP News

Susanne M. Schafer
"COLUMBIA (AP) - South Carolina's electric cooperatives are donating $60,000 to send more than 100 aging veterans to Washington to see the monument to their service in World War II.
The 20 cooperatives announced Friday they were paying the entire bill for the 12th flight set up by the organization Honor Flights South Carolina, founded by Columbia restaurant owner Bill Dukes."

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In twist, blocking AT&T deal could hurt rivals | Reuters

Nicola Leske
"T-Mobile USA would emerge as a stronger, scrappier competitor thanks in large part to the hefty breakup fee it is entitled under the AT&T deal. And on its own, it is likely to fight harder for the low end of the market that is currently the playing ground for the likes of Sprint Nextel Corp, MetroPCS Communications Inc and Leap Wireless International, analysts said.


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Monday, November 21, 2011

David Wright Elected NARUC President

"At the conclusion of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners’ 123rd Annual Meeting here, the more than 130 State commissioners in attendance elected Commissioner Wright as President of the Association. Commissioner Wright succeeds NARUC President Tony Clark of North Dakota, whose term expired today. Under NARUC bylaws, Association presidents serve one year terms"

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