AT&T is among several companies pursuing alternative worker mental health support strategies as traditional benefits get scrutinized.
New York Attorney General Letitia James said Thursday her office is investigating the cause of last week's AT&T wireless outage for up to 12 hours as well as the telecom firm's response. The Federal Communications Commission is also investigating the Feb. 22 outage. AT&T said Saturday it would provide $5 billing credits for consumers who were impacted but has not disclosed how many customers temporarily lost service.
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