The French telecommunications sector looks set to undergo more major changes as several companies review merger and acquisition targets.
Telecom Italia has announced a fall in Q1 revenue and profits as it continues to struggle, but is hopeful a new content deal with Sky will change its fortunes next year.
Telefónica's transformation has continued to hit its headline financials, despite it trumpeting a host of new digital services and significantly reducing its net debt.
A tough quarter for its international business and falling mobile sales have lead Belgacom to report a fall in core profits during the first three months of 2014.
Investments in network quality directly benefit a company's financial performance, according to an Americas-focused report commissioned by Ericsson.
Sales in Deutsche Telekom’s US business again delivered to help push the operator’s overall revenues up eight percent to €14.9 billion in the first quarter.
Revenues have continued to fall at Telekom Austria but the operator said its blitz on costs is beginning to bear fruit, with the operator reporting a slight increase on its margins.
BT said it had met or exceeded its financial targets and boosted shareholders as it reported flat revenues but rising profits.
Swisscom said increased take-up of bundles helped to grow revenues in the first quarter, although profits declined.
Telenor continued its recent good financial performance as it reported growing revenues and profits in the first three months of 2014.
Siegfried Mayrhofer's first action as Telekom Austria Group's new Chief Financial Officer has been to warn of a challenging 12 months ahead.
The French Competition Authorities have approved the sale of Belgacom subsidiary Groupe Telindus France to Vivendi.
Orange said it was pleased that the continued decline in revenues in a number of key markets was reduced in the first three months of the year.
Nokia has appointed NSN head Rajeev Suri as its new President and CEO following the completion of the sale of its handset division to Microsoft.
EE saw its 4G LTE customer base reach 2.9 million in the first quarter, but overall revenues fell in the first three months of the year.
Tele2 said it will focus on its businesses in the Netherlands and Kazakhstan this year as it looks to stem falling revenues across the group.
Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) is to sell its majority 55 percent shareholding in Monaco Telecom to the founder of Free Mobile.
KPN suffered a terrible start to the year with profits haemorraghing ahead of the sale of E-Plus to Telefónica.
The State holding company behind Telekom Austria has signed a syndicate agreement with América Móvil that paves the way for the Latin-American operator to take control of its European partner.
TeliaSonera has reported falling sales and profits amid continued concerns over its business and ethical practices in Eurasia.
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