Michel Combes has resigned as CEO of Altice after a turbulent week on the stock market that has led to an organisational restructure and the return of the company founder as President.
Two senior Ericsson veterans have left the vendor today as the troubled telco launched another reorganisation to turn its business around.
Telia’s Head of Group Public Affairs is the new Chairman of industry body ETNO ahead of what it said would be “a crucial year” for digital leadership in Europe.
The former Chief Executive of Wind Tre Maximo Ibarra has been appointed as the new CEO as KPN, with incumbent Eelco Blok to step down from the role in April 2018.
The CEO of Telekom Austria Group (TAG’s) home market brand A1 has quit less than 18 months after taking the role.
Drillisch has confirmed a series of management and supervisory board appointments following its merger with 1&1 Telecommunication.
Nokia is cutting 310 jobs as part of a restructure at its Technologies arm and is hiring two senior execs as it looks to make good on a promise to focus on the enterprise market.
Deutsche Telekom’s CEO said the operator had chosen a turnaround specialist with “the right spirit and attitude” to head up its struggling T-Systems subsidiary.
Ericsson has revealed the person it hopes will replace outgoing Chairman Leif Johansson next year.
VEON has confirmed Josh Drew as its new Chief Compliance Officer as the operator continues to reshape its top team.
Ericsson plans to cut its workforce in Italy by around 600 employees as the struggling vendor continues its restructuring and cost-cutting.
Telecom Italia (TIM) has appointed a former Vivendi executive to its vacant CEO role and overhauled its governance structure.
The former CEO of Telia and two execs from its Eurasia division have been indicted over the fraud scandal that has cost it $965 million.
The ex-CEOs of BT Global Services and Ericsson North America have got new roles at Wandera and Verizon respectively, while Cisco’s Chairman has announced he will not stand for re-election.
The investment arm of a family office has acquired MVNO Lebara and installed telecoms veteran Graeme Oxby as CEO.
VEON has hired a Telenor veteran as its new CFO, as Andrew Davies (pictured) announced plans to step down after four years in the role.
Deutsche Telekom has hired a new CEO to lead its underperforming enterprise division.
Ericsson has promoted Niklas Heuveldop to head up its North America division in a permanent capacity.
The CEO of French operator SFR has resigned for “personal reasons” as the company continues to try and improve its operational performance.
Nokia hopes to slash 597 jobs in France less than two years after its acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent.
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