The Rabo Bouwfonds Communication Infrastructure Fund (CIF) has sold its stake in the Netherlands-based Open Tower Company to a local pension fund.
Sky’s CEO proclaimed a “strong start” to its new financial year as sales and profits rose in the three months to September.
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.
Ericsson plans to cut its workforce in Italy by around 600 employees as the struggling vendor continues its restructuring and cost-cutting.
Telia has sold six percent of its shareholding in Russian operator MegaFon as it continues to raise funds and refocus on business closer to home.
KPN is set to acquire QSight IT as it looks to grow its security and public cloud consultancy offer.
Proximus has acquired application development firm Unbrace as it looks to bolster its offering to enterprises.
The CEO of international wholesaler BICS hopes the acquisition of TeleSign will help it reorient its business model away from the flagging legacy voice market and towards new digital services.
“Busy” is the word Mark Evans chooses to describe his first 12 months at the helm of the UK’s second largest mobile operator.
Deutsche Telekom and Proximus are investing in a chatbot and an entrepreneur community as they look to back emerging businesses in their home markets.
Google has stepped in to prop up HTC and hire some of the Taiwanese manufacturer’s engineers to boost its hardware ambitions.
Telenor has hailed the parting of financial ways with VEON as it announced plans to dispose of its remaining stake in the company.
TIM has confirmed it will go to court to challenge a ruling by Italian regulator Consob over its ownership by France’s Vivendi.
Telia is looking to sell off the remainder of its direct stake in Turkcell as it continues its effort to refocus on business closer to home.
The investment arm of a family office has acquired MVNO Lebara and installed telecoms veteran Graeme Oxby as CEO.
Italy’s financial regulator Consob has ruled that Vivendi holds de facto control of TIM, sparking a formal appeal from Vivendi and a legal threat from the telco.
Sky has said it is “disappointed” by a further delay to its proposed merger with 21st Century Fox, as it won new broadcasting rights for English football.
Ireland’s eir saw sales and earnings tick up in its latest full-year financial report as it looks to push converged services to its customer base.
Nokia hopes to slash 597 jobs in France less than two years after its acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent.
Drillisch has formally completed its takeover of 1&1 Telecommunication, settling a complicated acquisition in Germany and the creation of the country's fourth largest operator.
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