Tanzania wants foreign-backed telcos to list

Dar es Salaam aims to keep tabs on revenues and widen share ownership

Verizon bonds: latest instalment

You see a monthly obligation, Wall Street sees a new security

Amazon’s cut-price phones to display ads

Group offers $50 off if customers agree to receive marketing

Verizon dials into $1.2bn bond

Deal by US group would be backed by mobile phone contracts

Vodafone rethinks London HQ after Brexit

Telecoms group concerned about losing benefits of EU

Liquid Telecom buys Neotel from Tata

London-based group expands fibre cable network across Africa

Satellite shares fall to earth

Inmarsat, SES and Eutelsat are up against high-capacity systems

Week in Review

Week in Review, June 25

Twilio’s IPO ends tech drought, Musk targets SolarCity, BHS, Oi and asset managers featured

Sprint: calling for attention

SoftBank investors are stuck with US telecom group, whether they believe in it or not

Fastweb and Iliad lead race to start Italy

CK Hutchison and VimpelCom to spin off infrastructure in country

BlackBerry’s revenues tumble by a third

Shares rise as smartphone group makes progress with turnround strategy

Oi’s fall a new chapter in Brazil soap opera

Death of mobile operator raises prospect of broader shake-up

SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son stays in control

Company founder tells shareholders he is ‘greedy again’ as he parts with chosen successor

SoftBank investors shrug off Arora exit

Stock rises as investors embrace idea of Masayoshi Son back in sole control

Oi bankruptcy spotlights Brazil’s debt woes

Telecoms group’s shares suspended after move to freeze payments

Telefónica eyes O2 float to raise funds

Spanish telecoms group opens talks with banks about IPO process

Altice US chief moves to integration mode

Acquisitive group closes Cablevision deal and reshuffles top team

Softbank president Arora to step down

Surprise departure of man lined up as successor to founder Masayoshi Son

Oi in Brazil’s biggest bankruptcy filing

Telecoms operator weighed down by $19bn of debt

New Altice chief as Cablevision deal beds

Telecoms group promotes Michel Combes to run expanded business

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