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Summary: Time Warner Cable 1Q tops views

WEB GAINS: Time Warner Cable Inc. said a jump in broadband Internet subscribers contributed to a 52 percent increase in first-quarter net income to $325 million, or 93 cents per share. Revenue rose 5 percent to $4.83 billion. Full story

Earnings Preview: Time Warner Cable 1Q seen up

Time Warner Cable Inc., one of the nation's largest providers of TV signal hookups, reports its first-quarter earnings before the market opens Thursday. Full story

Vermont Senate passes broadband bill

The Vermont Senate has passed a bill designed to expand broadband Internet and cellular phone service to areas of the state that currently don't have them. Full story

Vermont Senate advances bill to ease broadband

The Vermont Senate on Tuesday advanced a bill designed to fulfill the years-old promise of bringing broadband Internet and cellular phone service to all corners of the state by the end of 2013, and add upgrading the state's electric lines with "smart grid" technology to the to-do list. Full story

Stimulus funds help wire rural homes for Internet

Bolstered by billions in federal stimulus money, an effort to expand broadband Internet access to rural areas is under way, an ambitious 21st-century infrastructure project with parallels to the New Deal electrification of the nation's hinterlands in the 1930s and 1940s. Full story

We can't live without high-speed Internet: poll

High-speed Internet has had the greatest technological impact on society over the past decade and is the technology most people say they cannot live without, according to a new poll. Full story

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