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Germany fails to calm strike

IT section, claims that Deutsche Telekom has refused to discuss this in some five rounds of talks. The threat of industrial action darkened the skies over Deutsche Telekom further on...

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12,000 strike at Deutsche Telekom

Over 12,000 workers downed tools Monday at Deutsche Telekom (DT), protesting at the German incumbent’s reorganisation strategy to transfer 50,000 staff into separate units. The strike comes as DT settles...

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DT must allow NGN access

to use Telekom’s new cabling ducts to lay fibre for their own customers. Deutsche Telekom had been fighting to protect the rollout of its Eur3bn super fast VDSL network, even...

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DT kills off FMC offering

German carrier Deutsche Telekom is reported to have quietly pulled the plug on its domestic fixed mobile convergence (FMC) service, T-One, almost a year to the day since it launched....

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Reding threatens Germany over DT network

A war of words has broken out between the German incumbent, Deutsche Telekom (DT) and the European Commission over a new law that allows the telecoms giant to keep rivals...

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Deutsche Telekom issues profit warning

German carrier Deutsche Telekom saw its shares take a dive on Monday morning after the firm issued a profit warning Sunday night. The warning, the second in six months, has...

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Fury in Germany over DT's regulation vacation

the case to be decided upon, by which time Deutsche Telekom’s network will be open anyway,” he said. Deutsche Telekom and BNetzA did not reply to our requests for comment....

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Update: Obermann named DT chief

The supervisory board of Deutsche Telekom decided to immediately appoint Rene Obermann as new chief executive officer on Monday afternoon, following the resignation of former head honcho, Kai-Uwe Ricke. Obermann...

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Deutsche Telekom nixes WiMAX

German telecoms powerhouse Deutsche Telekom (DT) has again declined to bid for any of the 3.5GHz spectrum being auctioned by the German Federal Networks Agency (BNetzA). This despite the BNetzA’s...

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Deutsche Telekom continues to lose narrowband subs

Deutsche Telekom reported that net profit for the third quarter fell 20.4 per cent year on year as the operator haemorrhaged yet more traditional fixed line customers. Profits dropped to...

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Vivendi hits T-Mobile with racketeering suit

...illegally appropriated Vivendi’s holding in a Polish operator. The move highlights how ugly the situation in Poland is becoming as both Vivendi and T-Mobile parent, Deutsche Telekom, fight to protect...

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PTC ownership struggle gets ugly

latest legal assault, Vivendi alleges that Elektrim and Deutsche Telekom “conducted secret and illegal negotiations with certain creditors of Elektrim in order to permit Deutsche Telekom to exercise a call...

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Deutsche Telekom looking for a new chief?

Deutsche Telekom’s chief executive Kai-Uwe Ricke is expected to reveal a new strategy to the embattled German incumbent’s supervisory board tomorrow (Friday) as the clock ticks on the remainder of...

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Deutsche Telekom forced to open up broadband

dominant, to take the required measures. The most difficult part of this ruling for Deutsche Telecom to swallow, affects its new Eur3bn VDSL network. Deutsche Telekom had proposed the network...

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Deutsche Telekom facing shareholder revolt?

Germany’s incumbent carrier Deutsche Telekom could be facing a shareholder revolt, putting the future of chief executive Kai-Uwe Ricke in doubt. One of the German telco’s largest shareholders, the Blackstone...

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Deutsche Telekom rattled by domestic pressures

Germany’s incumbent carrier, Deutsche Telekom, spooked the stock market Thursday as it reduced revenue guidance for 2006 by Eur600m (£405m) on the back of aggressive competition in its domestic market....

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