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Higher Costs for Cable Companies Could Mean Higher Prices for Consumers

Higher Costs for Cable Companies Could Mean Higher Prices for Consumers

by / on February 26, 2013

Cable companies say they will have to raise prices if the costs for attaching their equipment to power poles go up.

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Economic Lull Grants TVA Respite to Re-evaluate Plants

by / on July 28, 2010

The Tennessee Valley Authority is making far less electricity today than it thought it would need to if the economy hadn’t cooled down over the last few years. Because of that lull in demand, officials say they’re not depending as much on some of TVA’s less efficient power plants. And they’re thinking about which ones they might replace.

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Workers Sandbag to Protect Metro Center, Water-Treatment Plant

by / on May 4, 2010

Some of downtown’s signature sites are underwater, including the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and LP field, home to the Tennessee Titans football team, as well as Bridgestone Arena, home to the Nashville Predators hockey team.

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TACIR, Legislators Try to Determine Whether Telecommunications Tax Structure is Fair

by / on December 30, 2009

A recent state report says the way telecommunications companies are taxed is unfair and needs changing. Legislators aren’t convinced that’s the case.

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