News of Note—Comcast in Florida, TDS in Oregon and more

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Here are some of the other stories we’re tracking today.

> A number of prominent pay TV and cable executives, including Charlie Ergen and Charles Dolan, are among the richest people in the United States. S&P Global article

> Comcast is planning to raise its internet speeds in Florida from 75 Mbps to 100 Mbps on its Xfinity Blast! tier. Release

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> Comcast Business Enterprise Solutions will provide managed services, including guest Wi-Fi, at more than 6,200 Taco Bell locations. Release

> TDS Telecom has closed its purchase of Central Oregon’s Crestview Cable. Multichannel News story

> Liberty Global touted improving trends in the United Kingdom as part of the release of its quarterly financials. Hollywood Reporter article

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