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.
Ericsson has said its 2016 restructuring programme is ahead of schedule, but is liable to cost more than it had anticipated.
Telekom Austria has acquired Belarusian operators Atlant Telecom and its subsidiary TeleSet as it looks to offer converged services in the eastern European country.
Enterprise IT and telephony provider Daisy Holdings is set to acquire local rival Alternative Networks in a £165.3 million deal.
Telefónica has announced it will meet 50 percent of its global electricity demands with renewable energy by 2020, and 100 percent by 2030.
Iliad added 400,000 new landline and mobile subscribers during the quarter ended September 30, leading to a 12 percent jump in revenue in the period, compared with a year ago.
Bouygues Telecom reported an increase in sales, profit and customer numbers in the first nine months of 2016.
TalkTalk posted a surge in profit in the six months to September, with EBITDA rising to £130 million, up 44 percent on a year ago.
Vittorio Colao committed Vodafone to launching a consumer IoT product directly to its customer base next year, as the operator unveiled its latest financials.
Nokia has outlined a four-part growth strategy that aims to outrun the market, following three years of declining revenues, and a hard-felt structural reorganisation partly involving the Alcatel-Lucent takeover.
Portugal Telecom provided a welcome boost to Altice’s third quarter financials as it returned to revenue growth in September, the first time it has done so since 2008.
Deutsche Telekom saw sales fall just 0.8 percent in its home market as its US opco continued to deliver stellar growth in Q3.
Altice has said it will not contest a fine related to the acquisitions of SFR and Virgin Mobile France two years ago.
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