Telecommunications

iiNet shareholders accept TPG offer

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Telco shareholders vote strongly in favour of proposed $1.6bn offer from rival TPG.

iiNet meeting accepts TPG offer

by AAP
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Shareholders vote in favour of TPG's proposed $1.6 billion takeover offer.

NBN poised for hiring drive

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Broadband network to increase headcount by one-third over 18 months.

Vodafone boosts sales, sees recovery

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Vodafone, the world's second-largest mobile operator by subscribers, posts boost in quarterly sales growth.

EU approves Nokia acquisition

by AP
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EU approves Nokia's purchase of ailing French telco Alcatel-Lucent.

Verizon's earnings edge higher

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Verizon, the first big telco to report Q2 earnings, reports profit largely in line with expectations.

Vodafone simplifies European management

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The Vodafone Group simplifies its European management structure.

Vodafone Australia still in the red

by AAP
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Despite gaining customers and growing revenue, Vodafone Australia remains in the red.

Toshiba president, senior execs quit

by AFP
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Toshiba president and predecessor quit in wake of US$1.2 billion accounting scandal.

Coverage costs Telstra customers

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Telstra’s mobile network still rates on top, but customers scared off by high prices.

Nokia eyes mobile phone comeback

by AFP
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Finnish telecoms equipment maker eyes licensing deal with another firm.

Amaysim shares slip on ASX debut

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Shares in budget mobile phone operator Amaysim have slipped below the issue price.

Ex-NewSat CEO defends role

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Adrian Ballantine said shareholders have had a 'rough time' at hands of company lenders.

Reffind makes solid market debut

by AAP
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Smartphone app maker closes at 26c per share, up from 20c offer price.

Telstra to boost capex over next 2 years

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Telstra plans to have spent $5bn over the three years to June 2017 expanding network

Apple prepares record iPhone release

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Next generation of Apple's iPhone set to drive record initial production run.

Microsoft to take $US7.6bn writedown, cut 7800 jobs

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Writedown comes on the back of Nokia handset business purchase in 2013.

Uber resumes charging drivers commission in Delhi

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Fees are back six months after being called off due to 'regulatory ambiguity'.

Macquarie Telecom warns against TPG-iiNet deal

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Telco tells competition regulator deal would cause collapse of wholesale broadband.

Value Investor: A true telco behemoth

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If China Mobile takes a leaf from its global peers and ramps up debt funding, it could provide sizeable returns to investors.

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