Ericsson is selling its power modules arm to electronics manufacturer Flex as it looks to improve profitability and focus on core areas.
Orange has sold one-third of its shareholding in BT as it looks to reduce the stake it amassed in the UK incumbent as part of the sale of EE.
Polish mobile operator PLAY has unveiled plans to launch an IPO on the Warsaw stock exchange, with its CEO promising to go after new growth areas.
A joint venture between Dixons Carphone and Sprint to launch retail stores across the US has ended with the mobile operator buying out the UK company.
The Management and the Supervisory Boards of German mobile operator Drillisch have described an offer by United Internet (UI) for shares in their company as “adequate” as they look to settle a complicated takeover deal.
Vodafone has agreed a deal with the owners of Melita to merge their operations in Malta.
Sunrise is selling its Swiss Towers infrastructure business to a consortium led by Cellnex Telecom as it looks to reduce its debt.
Telia has acquired Finland-based cloud provider Nebula Top Oy as it bids to expand its offering to small businesses.
Orange’s enterprise arm is in exclusive negotiations to acquire a controlling stake in France-based consulting and systems integrator player Business & Decision.
The European Commission has accused Altice of breaching EU rules by taking over Portugal Telecom before the deal was formally approved.
Nokia has signed a definitive agreement with China Huaxin to merge the vendor's China business with Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell.
Cisco is cutting a further 1,100 jobs as the vendor goes deeper in its attempts to restructure its business.
Iliad ticked off the 21st consecutive quarter in which it has led the field for mobile customer acquisition, as sales jumped seven percent in the first three months of the year.
Bouygues Telecom registered a profitable first quarter as sales and customer numbers jumped.
Vodafone slumped to a £6.1 billion loss for its latest financial year, as it was hit by a writedown of its Indian business.
Telecoms investors are excited by the disruption affecting the industry, but cautious amid emerging business models, the Managing Director of Goldman Sachs’ Technology, Media and Telecom Group has said.
Revenues at Deutsche Telekom rose 5.8 percent to €18.65 billion in the first quarter thanks, as usual, to the performance of T-Mobile US.
A poor performance at home failed to stop Telefónica posting net income growth of 42.2 percent in its first quarter results.
The CEO of Altice has said fibre is the future as the operator acquired exclusive broadcasting rights to UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League football.
BT is axing 4,000 jobs and has appointed a new CEO for its troubled Global Services arm as it announced its full-year results.
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