MTS has acquired UK-based Gambit Esports and launched its own eSports division as it looks to attract a younger user base and expand beyond telecoms.
Ericsson has confirmed a write down on a number of its assets alongside a tax charge, as it prepares to unveil its financials for 2017.
ice Group has tapped Telenor for its new CFO, citing the exec’s international expertise as a key reason for the hire.
Tele2 and Com Hem have agreed to a merger that will create the second largest converged player in Sweden.
Altice has simplified its operating structure into two distinct European and US businesses, with founder Patrick Drahi promising a “close personal involvement” as the company looks to get back on track.
European Communications has picked out six predictions for the year ahead, featuring content, new business areas and M&A megadeals.
Iliad's take-over of eir, CityFibre's new fibre deal and Vodafone's new head of IoT feature in our round-up of the major news stories from the holiday period.
T-Mobile Netherlands is buying rival Tele2's Dutch operations in a cash and shares deal worth €190 million.
Orange has invested in marketing tech firm FollowAnalytics as it looks to support its enterprise customers’ digitalisation efforts.
Vodafone’s plans to merge its opco in Malta with rival Melita have foundered on the rocks of regulatory scrutiny.
KPN has denied reports it is looking to acquire rival operators in Belgium and Denmark, as it formally unveiled its new CEO to shareholders.
Over 30,000 customers have opened accounts at Orange Bank, the operator’s CEO has revealed, as the telco updated the market at the midway point of its latest five-year plan.
The network-sharing joint venture between Three and EE in the UK has given Ericsson some much needed good news with the announcement that it is extending its managed services contract by two years.
Spending on telecoms and pay-TV services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa is set to grow 1.7 percent to $492 million next year, according to new research.
Altice is selling off two non-core assets as it looks to deliver on a promise to cut its debt.
Nokia has denied reports that it is preparing an offer to acquire rival vendor Juniper Networks.
Liberty Global is launching an enterprise-focused joint venture in the UK with MXC Capital.
Altice has moved to clarify what it said was “misinformation” and reassure the financial markets about the strength of the company’s balance sheet.
BT and Huawei are establishing a new research group at the UK’s University of Cambridge.
Telia has said it is hopeful The Church of Sweden will once again become an investor after the operator fell foul of its asset management guidelines.
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