financials

The HTC fall from grace is quite remarkable

In years gone, HTC was one of the most successful and sought-after smartphone brands worldwide, but time has not been kind for the Taiwanese firm as financials for 2018 emerge.

Softbank is now more of a VC than a telco group

Back in 2016 when Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son announced plans for the $100 billion Vision Fund it looks like a ludicrous plan, but with such incredible growth perhaps we should ask whether Son has been missing his calling for decades.

Apple shares fall 5% on weak forecast

With Apple pointing the finger at fluctuating currency, poor performance in emerging markets and supply issues, its busiest quarter might not be as busy as investors had hoped.

Chip division continues to carry Samsung

Samsung has released its quarterly numbers, and while it is an improvement on the last quarter, the business is seemingly being propped up by a surging semiconductor unit.

Jio looks strongest in India survival game

Reliance Jio has continued its march to the top of the Indian telco rankings, reporting another quarter of monstrous growth adding another 26.5 million new customers.

Tele2 points optimistically towards acquisitions

Swedish telco Tele2 has promised there is much to be optimistic about, directing investor attention towards acquisitions and away from the mixed bag of financial results for the first quarter of 2018.

World’s biggest MNO grows again

China Mobile has reported its numbers for the quarter ending March 31, and surprise surprise, it has grown even bigger once again.

China Unicom triples profit across 2017

China Unicom has released its financials for 2017 and it is looking like a money making machine again. Revenues were up marginally, profit tripled and free cash flow grew 1628% compared to the previous 12 months.

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