financials

Nokia Q4 OK but it wants 5G spending to start ASAP

Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has come out feeling buoyant after another year of declining sales, warning again it’ll be a tough 12 months trudging through the infrastructure desert, but the 5G oasis is almost within touching distance.

Intel’s Krzanich does this best duck impression

Intel might be fighting back the flames of the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws, but CEO Brian Krzanich has done his best to put on a calm front for investors during the latest earnings call.

Lack of brotherly love leaves RCom circling the drain

It’s a tale of two billionaire brothers having very different experiences in the telco space. Reliance Jio is flying high, its quarterly report implies Reliance Communications is dying a slow and painful death.

Ain’t no party like a Softbank party

Not even the end of its relationship with Deutsche Telekom could dampen spirits at the Softbank party, as the team reported $3.46 billion in profit, up 21% year-on-year, for the last quarter.

Apple bags $52 billion with more to come at Xmas

What do you get when you sell more iPhones, iPads and Macs than ever, as well as the highest ever number of subscribers for your services products? A massive pile of cash, that’s what.

Telenor tightens the purse strings

The team claim to have shaved 1 billion kroner (roughly €105 million) of fat across the business, but it doesn’t want to stop there.

MTN releases mixed bag for quarterlies

South Africa-based telco MTN has released its quarterly figures, and while it is not a complete disaster, things could certainly have gone better.

T-Mobile train thunders through Q2

T-Mobile has continued to defy global trends of a slowdown as it reports another quarter of 1 million net adds as consolidation rumours continue to swirl.

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