Telefónica profits plunge more than 50%

Spanish group hit by exchange rates and poor handset sales

BT sales soar after EE takeover

Integration ’progressing well’ amid network division uncertainty

Sky shares jump on strong revenue growth

Pay-TV group brushes off any Brexit-related concerns

AB InBev rocks SABMiller’s revisionists

Could this be the first megadeal stymied by the EU referendum?

Verizon shopping for digital after Yahoo

Hunt for targets as cut-throat mobile market shows in revenue fall

UK telecoms company BT have reported an annual profit of just over £1bn recovering from a loss of £244m during the previous year. 13/05/2010 FILE PIC: BT Openreach engineers performing some maintenance work in Birmingham. Credit: Lawrence Looi / newsteam.co.uk

Ofcom wants a ‘legally separate’ Openreach

Regulator says BT’s infrastructure arm should have its own board

Orange earnings dip in tough market

French telecoms group stands by full-year targets

CityFibre warns on broadband competition

Government and regulator accused of focusing on Openreach

Yahoo and AOL to unite as ‘third force’

Verizon’s deal creates web ads alternative to Google and Facebook

Ericsson chief Hans Vestberg ousted

Investors had become unsettled by perceived lack of direction

BT makes last-ditch Openreach offer

Telecoms group seeks to head off regulatory break-up

Huawei: no dialling down

Handsets continue to drive Chinese group’s rapid growth

Huawei margins shrink in smartphone shift

Revenue at Chinese telecoms equipment maker surges 40% in first half of year

Verizon in $5bn deal for core Yahoo unit

Move will end uncertainty over future of struggling internet group

Ultra-cheap smartphones on offer in India

Freedom 251 costs only $3.70 but some are wary of business model

Vodafone sales higher despite UK weakness

Billing changes hit sales but 26,000 mobile subscribers added

BT broadband network hit by outage

Internet fails day after group accused of investment shortfall

Ericsson: Olympian challenges

A change of CEO may not rejuvenate the company

SoftBank sales help Arm-and-a-leg deal

Masayoshi Son has broken with habit by selling assets to fund £24.3bn deal for UK chip designer

TalkTalk holds up despite customer loss

UK telecoms provider’s broadband subscriptions 9,000 lower during the first quarter

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