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February 11, 2013
17:36 EDTTWTCtw telecom sees low Q1sequential revenue growth
The Company expects low first quarter sequential revenue growth due to a $2.2 million fourth quarter customer revenue settlement that will not recur, the negative impact of a first quarter rate decrease for certain taxes and fees billed to customers, and the timing of installations, seasonality, and other items referenced above. The company also expects M-EBITDA margin to temporarily decline due to the anticipated lower revenue growth rate combined with the impact from its growth initiatives and seasonal cost increases, which includes an estimated $4.0 million sequential cost increase due primarily to the annual resetting of payroll taxes.
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August 19, 2014
12:17 EDTTWTCtw telecom says 'applauds OMB approval of FCC's special access request'
tw telecom Senior Vice President of Public Policy Michael Rouleau issued the following statement following the Office of Management and Budget's approval of the Federal Communication Commission's special access data collection request. The request will help expedite the FCC's review of incumbent business broadband service providers' market power: "tw telecom applauds the OMB for its approval of the FCC's special access data collection request, helping pave the way for the Commission's review of business broadband service providers' market power, business practices, and pricing. The FCC's access to this pertinent market data will help open the window to increased competition in the industry. tw telecom thanks the OMB and the FCC for their continued efforts toward resolving this long-standing issue, and urges the Commission to issue the data request as soon as possible."

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