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OECD weighs in on digital taxation saga

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has put forward its own proposals on new tax regimes in the digital economy as the threat of fragmentation lingers.

GSMA boasts of climate change progress

The GSMA has announced 50 telcos around the world have signed-up to an initiative to drive greater transparency through the industry with regard to its contribution to climate change.

Elliott’s vultures are circling AT&T

Activist investor Elliott Management has set its eyes on AT&T, suggesting the firm is bloated and undervalued, with ambitions to cut staff, clear out the leadership team and sell-off non-core assets.

Ofcom bills BT for amateur accounting

Ofcom has hit BT with a £3,727,330 bill for reporting inaccurate financials to the regulator, leading to the telco paying lower administration fees for five years.

Trade union slams BT restructuring plans

Trade union Prospect has hit out at BT’s drawn out plans to cut 13,000 staff as part of a restructuring plans to cut £1.5 billion a year from the spreadsheets.

Europe cools internet monopoly rhetoric

Almost every politician around the world is currently using Silicon Valley as a metaphoric punching bag, but the European Commission will not be drawn into the monopolies debate.

Big Apple says no to Amazon

The PR bout between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Democratic Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been settled, with the internet giant cancelling plans to open a New York office.

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