Wind Tre continued to be Three Europe's star pupil as the Chairman of parent company CK Hutchison (pictured, left) announced his retirement.
Altice's French and Portuguese towers are next up on the operator's selling spree, as the French telco reported its best mobile contract and fibre net additions in Europe in two years.
Vivendi’s control over Telecom Italia (TIM) is being challenged after an activist investor launched an effort to unseat its representatives from the operator’s board.
Nokia has received funding from an investment vehicle owned by the State of Finland as the latter looks to support what it called “nationally important” companies.
Tofane Global is set to make its second acquisition from a network operator in the space of a week after entering into exclusive talks with Altice.
Should operators in Europe be happy with single-digit revenue growth over the next few years?
KPN has agreed a deal to divest its international wholesale business iBasis to Tofane Global for an undisclosed fee.
Telecom Italia (TIM) is hoping to cut customer service costs and grow subscriber numbers through a new strategic plan, as it revealed revenues rose, but earnings fell last year.
The CFO of Orange believes telcos have to do a better job of explaining to the financial markets how and why they are creating value.
Telia and Turkcell have sold their 51.3 percent stake in Azercell to Azintelecom, a company wholly owned by the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Proximus hailed rising EBITDA in 2017, but the performance of its international carrier division BICS continued to be a drag on revenues.
Vodafone used the first day of Mobile World Congress to unveil deals with China Mobile and Lamborghini, as the UK-based company’s CEO said he had a dream of building a connected motorway.
Telefónica’s German subsidiary hopes a new digital transformation programme will help to boost operating income by €600 million between 2019 and 2022.
Bouygues Telecom and VEON reported rising revenues and earnings last year, the operators’ latest financials have revealed.
Telefónica hailed a 10 percent rise in the ARPU of its mobile subscribers as profits and revenues rose in 2017.
Deutsche Telekom CFO Thomas Dannenfeldt has lamented the decline of the operator’s share price as he prepares to leave the company.
Orange CEO Stéphane Richard celebrated a new contract and hailed a “remarkable year” as annual revenues rose in France for the first time since 2009.
Orange has announced new investments in start-ups specialising in cyber security and big data.
Virgin Media has reported rising revenues and is upping speeds on its network as parent Liberty Global slumped to a $2.2 billion loss last year.
Nokia has announced a strategic review of its digital health business, less than six months after the company said it must seize the opportunities afforded by changes to the healthcare market.
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