Wired Economy: Telecommunications (Washington Post Special Report)

The Washington Post devotes a section to the struggling Telecom sector. Stories touch on the investments in the sector — and their dubious payoffs. The lead story of the section, “A Hot Sector Burns Out”, sets the stage for a discussion of the current shakeout in the industry and Wall Street’s investments both past, present and future in the growth of telecom. Other stories touch on spectrum, workforce issues, policy, and wireless hardware and standards. Particular stories of note follow. The URL of the section is immediately below.
– A HOT SECTOR BURNS OUT
Issue: Telecommunications
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7919-1.html

– BROADBAND’S NICE IF YOU CAN GET IT
Issue: Broadband/Digital Divide
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7902-1.html

– VETERAN HANDS STILL IN DEMAND
Issue: Workforce/Economy
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7908-1.html

– RIDING UP TO THE CHALLENGE
Issue: CLECS
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7903-1.html

– A PUSH FOR MORE FREQUENCIES
Issue: Spectrum
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7918-1.html

– BELLS, RIVALS GEAR UP FOR BATTLE
Issue: Broadband
http://www.washtech.com/news/telecom/7915-1.html

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