Telecommunications

China struggles to curb its reliance on US buyers, suppliers

Aug 28, 2018

China is pressing companies to find non-US markets to cope with the effects of Trump's tariff increases, but it's a struggle to replace the US as a high-tech supplier and a large-scale buyer

China mobile tower owner debuts in HK market after $6.9B IPO

Aug 8, 2018

China mobile tower owner debuts in HK market after $6.9 billion IPO

Samsung Electronics misses forecast on lower phone sales

Jul 31, 2018

Samsung Electronics Co. reports a lower-than-expected gain in the second-quarter earnings, indicating an end to its streak of record-breaking financial results as sales of smartphones and display panels slowed while memory chip profit stabilized

Chinese mobile phone tower operator plans $8.7B IPO

Jul 24, 2018

Chinese mobile phone tower operator aims to raise $8.7 billion in biggest global IPO in four years

Samsung forecasts weak 2Q profit as smartphone sales

Jul 6, 2018

Samsung Electronics says its second-quarter operating profit rose 5 percent over a year earlier

Samsung forecasts smaller than expected profit gains in 2Q

Jul 6, 2018

Samsung Electronics says its second-quarter operating profit rose 5 percent over a year earlier

Xiaomi seeks to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPO

Jun 23, 2018

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi plans to raise up to $6 billion in one of the biggest global stock market debuts in recent years as it tries to become a worldwide brand alongside Apple, Google and Amazon

World Cup games to air on free TV amid problems in Australia

Jun 20, 2018

World Cup matches will remain on free-to-air television in Australia until the end of the group stage after a telecommunications company with live streaming rights continues to have difficulties delivering its service

Australian telecom Telstra to ax 8,000 jobs to save $740M

Jun 20, 2018

Telstra Corp., Australia's largest telecommunications company, has announced plans to ax 8,000 jobs _ one in four employees _ over three years in a bid to save 1 billion Australian dollars ($740 million)

World Cup telecasts experiencing quality issues Down Under

Jun 18, 2018

An Australian telecommunications company with streaming rights to the World Cup has allowed the SBS network to televise matches for 48 hours while it attempts to resolve a series of disruptions that have plagued the service

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