Former Telecom Italia CEO Flavio Cattaneo has said he "left the company better than I found it" with sales and earnings increasing for the first half of 2017.
BT has paid £225 million to Deutsche Telekom and Orange over its Italian accounting scandal and shaken up its management team with a new consumer business led by mobile arm EE's CEO.
KPN CEO Eelco Blok has vowed to improve customer satisfaction in its Business arm, as the operator shrugged off faster declining sales to report an increase in operating profit of 13 percent.
Telefónica has revised its sales outlook for the year ahead as operating income increased by 6.1 percent.
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has warned of a more difficult 2017 than expected, as the Finnish vendor reported a surge in profits off the back of a patent deal with Apple.
Orange has returned to growth in France for the first time in almost a decade as sales made further headway in 2017.
Vodafone has committed to launching a consumer IoT offering after the summer, with the solution being personally trialled by the Group's CEO.
Telia’s CEO has promised "vital" job cuts in Sweden as the operator plunged into the red in the second quarter.
Tele2 has raised its full-year EBITDA guidance as 2017 continues to be a profitable year for the operator.
Telekom Austria Group has continued to bounce back in 2017 by reporting an increase in sales and profits.
Netflix has more subscribers outside of the US for the first time, as the media company saw sales jump by a third in Q2.
Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm is to speed up its cost reduction programme after making another "unsatisfactory" quarterly loss and seeing sales shrink in the second quarter.
Telenor is increasing its EBITDA margin outlook for the year after a cost-cutting drive boosted the operator’s second quarter results.
Altice has returned to the M&A trail with a deal to acquire Prisa’s 94.7 percent stake in Portugal-based Media Capital.
The owners of Polish operator PLAY will not get as much as they’d hoped from a public listing of the company.
Norwegian mobile operator ice.net has bought 40,000 retail customers from a rival as it looks to increase the return on its network investments.
PLAY is hoping to raise €1.3 billion from its IPO, with its two owners set for a cash bonanza from the listing.
KPN has acquired Dutch telecoms and IT provider Solcon as it looks to expand its broadband presence.
Proximus’s troubled wholesale division has won a major contract to provide China Unicom Global with roaming services.
Ericsson is selling its power modules arm to electronics manufacturer Flex as it looks to improve profitability and focus on core areas.
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