Telecoms finance

Nokia expects recovery to continue in 2022

HELSINKI (Reuters) – Finnish telecommunications equipment maker Nokia on Tuesday gave its first forecast for 2022, allaying investor concerns about the impact the global chip shortage could have on its operations. Nokia said it expected a comparable operating margin of 11-13.5% in 2022, pushing its shares up 2.8% in morning …

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Data-driven decision making is key to building smart connected places

4-step data-driven decision-making framework Telecommunications experts are developing a four-step data-driven decision-making framework for policymakers and local government leaders to deliver smart connected places. Our four-step decision-making framework requires top-down thinking, as opposed to a bottom-up, technology-driven approach, ensuring that local authority results and citizens’ needs are taken into account. …

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Global cybersecurity landscape – what to expect in 2022 | CNC Group

To kick off the new year, we’re sharing our thoughts and predictions on what could shape the global cybersecurity landscape in 2022. We interviewed industry leaders from our four key geographies – the UK, Asia and the Pacific (APAC), North America and Europe – to understand key developments in each …

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HSBC leaves China with new deals

A pedestrian walks past a sign showing the HSBC lion at its headquarters in the central financial district of Hong Kong, China, August 4, 2020. REUTERS / Tyrone Siu – RC207I96XPCZ Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Jan.6 (Reuters Breakingviews) – Perceptions matter for …

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Activist Investor ‘Stakes’ Need Further Consideration

Some words are so misused that they should be removed from the financial lexicon. “Stake” is one example. For many readers, this is a shorthand for “shareholding”. This suggests that when sophisticated investors, such as Patrick Drahi or Elliott Management, “take a stake” in a publicly traded company, their interests …

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AT&T, Verizon May Delay 5G Expansion Again Due To FAA Concerns

In the past month, AT&T and Verizon delayed their potentially faster rollout 5G C-band service, due to Federal Aviation Administration safety concerns. Now, it looks like a further delay could be expected, once again due to FAA concerns. The two main operators were due to use the newly purchased frequencies …

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Tanzania: Rising Mobile Money Transfers Raise Cost of Living

Tanzania Telecom tariffs: Tanzanians are forced to dig deeper into their pockets as the government has increased the cost of mobile money transfers. Since July of this year, Tanzanians have seen the costs of sending and withdrawing money skyrocket. The government, through parliament, passed a bill to increase charges, arguing …

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Telefonica reaches agreement to cut around 2,700 jobs in Spain

Security guards walk past a screen displaying the logo of Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica at its headquarters in Madrid, Spain, May 12, 2021. REUTERS / Sergio Perez Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MADRID, December 28 (Reuters) – Spain’s Telefonica (TEF.MC) has reached a deal with …

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Telecommunications experts support FG’s tax plan on social media

Posted December 28, 2021 Experts in the telecommunications industry have said the federal government’s decision to tax social media companies is just because the companies generate commercial revenue for the nation. According to Meta, a 7.5% value-added tax will be applied on sales of ads to advertisers from January 2022, …

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Sunny days await job seekers as economic recovery hopes to boost cos

India’s projected wage increase is the highest in Asia-Pacific for next year as optimism recalls improving business prospects over the next 12 months, the report adds. Better days are ahead for job seekers as companies project a positive outlook on business income thanks to the post-pandemic economic recovery and there …

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