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This dynamic news feed provides a steady stream of global Telecom industry news. The feeds come from a number of respected news sources such as Reuters, Financial Times and Total Telecom aiming to provide a steady stream of the latest headlines. 

Dixons Carphone’s new boss can close the Bank of VodafoneOpen in a New Window

Third-party financing deals may be the only way to keep selling £1,000 handsets

 

Orange Bank: is a phone company the future of fintech?Open in a New Window

Telecoms group has target of 2m customers even before it has expanded product range

 

Reliance Industries reports first profit for telecom unit JioOpen in a New Window

Analysts caution that cash flow remains strongly negative at upstart division

 

BT pension plans rejected by High CourtOpen in a New Window

Telecoms group wants to overhaul scheme to deal with £14bn deficit

 

Court defeat deals blow to BT pension plansOpen in a New Window

Company is trying to bring down a deficit worth £14bn

 

ONS’s crossed telecom wires raise questions over inflation figuresOpen in a New Window

Underplaying of sector gains could affect 5 years of growth and income data

 

Broadband’s ‘forgotten city’ rewired in ultrafast battleOpen in a New Window

Milton Keynes to benefit from new fibre network as BT faces challenge to dominance

 

Telecoms sector recovers even as net neutrality campaign growsOpen in a New Window

Senate Democrats on the offensive against scrapping of Obama-era rules

 

Indian WhatsApp rival Hike sends new message in bid for usersOpen in a New Window

Challenger start-up hopes new offer will help it claw into huge lead of US group

 

Ericsson hit by writedown of almost $2bn Open in a New Window

Swedish telecoms equipment maker books new charges as its struggles continue

 

Ericsson racks up almost $2bn in chargesOpen in a New Window

 

SoftBank: legacy issueOpen in a New Window

Selling the mobile phone unit is not conducive to corporate immortality

 

SoftBank targets $18bn listing of telecoms businessOpen in a New Window

Japanese group seeks to capitalise on buoyant market and get ahead of Toshiba float

 

Oi saga prompts Brazil to rethink bankruptcy lawOpen in a New Window

Latin America’s largest corporate debt default ends after months of intrigue

 

Week in Review, January 13Open in a New Window

UK retail, Kodak’s blockchain move, PwC ban, Huawei’s US setback and 21st Century Fox

 

Patrick Drahi looks to reboot Altice as his empire-building stallsOpen in a New Window

Franco-Israeli dealmaker returns to financial engineering in effort to revive fortunes

 

Altice slips further as investors reverse courseOpen in a New Window

 

Altice shares tumble as analysts digest revenue warningOpen in a New Window

Lowered guidance for French business overshadows restructuring efforts

 

Tele2/Com Hem: Swedish matchOpen in a New Window

The tie-up should lead to better profitability and reduced customer churn

 

Carphone Warehouse fined £400,000 by watchdog over data breachOpen in a New Window

Hackers in 2015 accessed customers’ names, addresses and, in some cases, card details

 

Sweden’s Tele2 swoops for Com Hem in $3.3bn dealOpen in a New Window

Proposed acquisition follows years of planning by biggest shareholder in both groups Kinnevik

 

Big bet by telecoms companies on exclusive content comes at a costOpen in a New Window

BT, Altice and others spent billions on sporting rights and have seen shares fall

 

Altice: jumping cash flashOpen in a New Window

Credit due for a convincing patching up of telecoms and cable group

 

Altice plans US spin off and Europe revampOpen in a New Window

Founder Patrick Drahi acts to allay investor concerns amid share price falls

 

Huawei deal with AT&T to sell phones in US falls throughOpen in a New Window

Chinese tech group once again thwarted in effort to enter key market