Telia CEO Johan Dennelind has revealed he is looking for M&A opportunities in the Nordics & Baltics and that he expects to sell off the operator’s assets in Eurasia during 2017.
BT Chief Executive Gavin Patterson lamented the scandal at its opco in Italy for overshadowing the performance of the rest of the group, as he unveiled its latest financial figures.
Tele2 recorded a big loss for the 2016 financial year, but its CEO said the future looked promising with sales and customer numbers on an upward curve.
eir reported rising customer numbers in its latest financial results as it continues a cost-cutting programme and prepares to invest in new technologies.
Ericsson made another loss in the fourth quarter, as profitability collapsed in 2016 and its new CEO channelled his inner Wayne Gretzky.
Any incoming Ericsson CEO would face a challenging task restoring the struggling vendor to health.
BT has sacked a number of senior managers in Italy for fiddling the books as it issued a profit warning, sparking a tumbling share price.
Netflix registered its best ever quarter for subscriber growth in the final quarter of 2016 as the online TV and video company said international expansion was progressing well.
Nokia’s Chief Marketing Officer has said the company must perform this year as the vendor marks the first anniversary of its merger with Alcatel Lucent.
EE and Virgin Media have signed a new MVNO agreement that sees the BT-owned business supply its network and associated services until 2021.
Huawei’s consumer arm has said it expects to achieve revenue growth of 42 percent year-on-year for 2016, which is down from 73 percent in the preceding 12 months.
MegaFon is set to take a majority stake in Russia-based internet company Mail.Ru as it looks to access higher spending digital subscribers.
By Maddie Walker, Managing Director at Accenture's Communications, Media and Technology practice
The proposed merger between Twenty-First Century Fox and Sky is a step closer after the two companies ironed out the remaining hitches associated with the £11.7 billion deal.
Nokia has agreed to take over network analytics firm Deepfield, which it intends to merge with existing products to create a “cognitive brain".
Telia has hired a new CEO for its operations in Finland as part of a wider organisational restructure.
Telenor's board has taken the unusual step of publicly backing its CEO after admitting it was split on challenges facing the Norway-based operator.
The Bangladeshi security police had a canteen refurbished thanks to money from Telenor, the operator has admitted as part of an update into three malpractice investigations.
Twenty-First Century Fox has agreed to acquire all of the outstanding shares in Sky that it does not already own.
Telekom Austria has boosted its operations in Croatia by acquiring a controlling stake in Metronet telekomunikacije.
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