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Ex-FCC Chairman Genachowski Joins The Carlyle Group

The former IAC executive will be a partner in the private-equity firm's U.S. buyout team and will focus on tech, media and telecom investments.

Julius Genachowski to Announce Resignation as FCC Head (Report)

The Democrat appointed in 2009 would be the second commissioner this week to reveal plans to step down.

AT&T Drops $39 Billion Bid for T-Mobile USA

The company, which will absorb a $4 billion breakup fee, says federal regulators have harmed consumers with their objection to the merger.

FCC Eliminates Fairness Doctrine in Rules Shake-Up

UPDATED: The regulatory body said it has decided to do away with a total of 83 media-related rules that it has deemed outdated.

FCC Chairman Calls on Broadcasters to Give Up Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

FCC chairman Julius Genachowski on Friday vowed in a CES appearance to make spectrum his top priority this year to ensure more airwaves are available for mobile broadband for the rising number of tablets and other web-connected devices.

FCC Head Stands Behind NBCU-Comcast Merger

The approval order requires Comcast to ensure competitors fair online and programming access.

FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules

“We are adopting rules to preserve basic Internet values," FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said.