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Xmission founder/CEO Pete Ashdown, whose company is one of the first two service providers available to UTOPIA customers to offer access to the super-service, said it's hard to imagine a need for 10 gigs to a residential customer, but sometimes it's not about "need." "It's kind of like the Lamborghini of ...

Washington • Forty-one years to the day that he took office, Sen. Orrin Hatch walks into the Senate on Wednesday as a lame duck after announcing that he will retire in early 2019. Hatch's decision came despite the urging of Senate colleagues and President Donald Trump, who had pushed the Utah ...
No one loves an inspiring, well-crafted and powerfully delivered speech more than I do, but both political parties presenting never-ending monologues posing as dialogue will never be sufficient to engage the American people and solve the issues of our day. It is too easy for politicians to deliver such ...
Xmission founder and CEO Pete Ashdown has been a cautionary voice about Google Fiber coming to Salt Lake City since the company's debut announcement in 2015. He said he wasn't surprised that the installation job is behind schedule. "Installing fiber optic cable is fraught with peril," Ashdown said.
Pete Ashdown, founder and CEO of Utah internet service provider XMission, voiced similar concerns. "You do a lot more ... He suggested implementing requirements that would, at the very least, notify internet users when their data was being collected and made available to third-party purchasers. "If you've ...
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2017, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. Like the changing of the seasons, as Sen. Orrin Hatch's six-year terms near their end, predictable signs and ...
“I would need overwhelming outside financial support to convince me to run for Congress again,” Ashdown said. “I ran against PAC money and for a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizen's United in 2012, and interests in the Democratic Party campaigned against me for that reason. With a number of ...
While the Utah Legislature debates whether to stick with, scale back or junk a law giving prosecutors broad power to secretly obtain the names, addresses, phone records and bank account information of suspected child predators, Internet service provider Pete Ashdown has decided to take the law into his ...
... Democratic Party's candidate for U.S. Senate Saturday. He will face Republican incumbent Sen. Orrin Hatch or former state Sen. Dan Liljenquist, who will face off in a primary. Howell won on the first round of voting by convention delegates, garnering 63 percent of the vote over challenger Pete Ashdown.
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2011, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. Internet businessman Pete Ashdown has announced that he will make another bid for the U.S. Senate, promising ...


 

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