Verizon says its latest CWA offer is its 'best' and 'final'; CWA accuses T-Mobile of creating bogus union

More cable news from across the web:

> Sling TV has announced the first product update to its new multi-stream beta service, adding the "Best of Spanish TV-Beta" extra channel package. Press release

> Verizon said it made its "last, best, final offer" to Communications Workers of America (CWA) employees, hoping to end a two-week-old strike. CNBC story

> Amazon has praised the FCC's "Unlock the Box" proposal in comments to the agency. Multichannel News story

Telecom News

> Charter Communications is poised to gain more market share in the small to medium and larger enterprise business markets -- two segments where it is still a young player. Article

Wireless News

> American Tower Corporation posted a solid quarter, beating estimates and providing more evidence that the cell tower industry is alive and well. Article

> Google has hired former Motorola chief Rick Osterloh to lead the company's effort to unify its hardware line. Article

And finally… The CWA has accused T-Mobile US of the illegal practice of creating a bogus labor union to divert interest from real ones. Bloomberg story

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