A1 Telekom Austria Group posted growing sales and earnings last year, leading CEO Alejandro Plater to hail 2017 as a success for the operator.
TDC’s Board of Directors is recommending that shareholders vote for a takeover of the in-demand operator by a consortium of financial companies.
MTS has staked a claim to the e-ticket market by investing in two of Russia's biggest players.
TDC has pulled out of a merger with mediaco MTG after being approached by another bidder, leading to frenzied speculation about its future ownership.
Telecom Italia (TIM) has presented a provisional plan to spin off its fixed network arm, in a move CEO Amos Genish described as a "game changer".
TDC has rejected a bid from a group of financial companies who want to take control of the Denmark-based operator.
Swisscom has earmarked more job cuts after full-year sales and profits showed no improvement from 2016.
Vodafone and Liberty Global have confirmed they are in discussions about a deal for “overlapping assets” in continental Europe.
Orange’s enterprise arm is bolstering its e-health business by acquiring a French software company.
The CEOs of Tele2 and eir talked up the significant M&A deals affecting their two companies as they revealed improved profitability.
BT’s Global Services division continued to struggle in the three months to 31 December, bringing down the operator’s revenues and profits.
Nokia swung back to an operating profit in 2017 as patents and new technologies helped to relieve some of the pressure from its declining network business.
Vodafone hailed its best-ever quarter for customer growth in high-speed broadband in Europe, as its CEO admitted the operator had more to learn about its emerging consumer IoT play.
TDC and MTG Nordics are to merge to create what they claim is the first European media and communications provider.
Telenor’s CEO promised to focus on digital transformation this year as growth in 2017 earnings offset a dip in revenues.
Ericsson's attempts to sell off underperforming parts of its business have had mixed results, with the sale of a majority stake in its Media Solutions arm being offset by a lack of convincing offers for Red Bee Media.
Ericsson has reported a net loss of SEK35.1 billion for 2017, putting pressure on CEO Börje Ekholm who was hired 12 months ago to return the vendor to profitability.
KPN's profits have slumped as the Dutch operator continues to feel the squeeze of a competitive mobile market and poor international wholesale revenues.
Three parent CK Hutchison has invested in Matrixx Software as it bets on the IT vendor’s ability to help its rivals’ with their digital transformation efforts.
Telenor is considering the sale of its opcos in Central and Eastern Europe after receiving an offer from an unnamed party.
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