- Mobile operators see costs now, gains later from new iPhone
- Chinese vendors face skeptical US lawmakers
- BT revenues will continue to fall, but outlook positive
- Swisscom names new CFO
- Italy's antitrust watchdog launches telco probe
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Mobile operators see costs now, gains later from new iPhone
Analyst cuts Q3 earnings estimates for AT&T, Sprint, Verizon to reflect higher subsidy costs.
Chinese vendors face skeptical US lawmakers
Huawei, ZTE head to Washington to dispute suggestions that U.S. expansion represents national security threat.
BT revenues will continue to fall, but outlook positive
Ratings firm upgrades U.K. incumbent's outlook thanks to solid operating performance and strong free cash flow generation.
Swisscom names new CFO
Mario Rossi to replace Ueli Dietiker as telco overhauls senior management in bid to shore up domestic business.
Italy's antitrust watchdog launches telco probe
Regulator investigating whether Vodafone, Wind, Telecom Italia agreed to block Bip from market.
Friday Review: Particle physics
U.K. mobile operator goes dotty with rebranding exercise as iPhone 5 grabs the world's attention.