Analyst sees T-Mobile USA as iPhone contender

June 10, 2010

Kaufman Bros analyst Shaw Wu threw his hat in the ring on Thursday with an answer to one of the mobile industry’s favorite questions of the season: Which US carrier will be next to get their hands on Apple’s popular iPhone?

Verizon’s Seidenberg on broadband, China and Cheney

April 6, 2010

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Verizon’s Chief Executive on Tuesday tackled subjects ranging from US healthcare reform,  iPhone, China, his lack of interest in a merger with Vodafone and his feelings about former Vice President Dick Cheney.

from Breakingviews:

The limits of emerging market deal-making

September 30, 2009

South Africans snap pictures on their mobile phones

 So much for emerging-market solidarity.

A proposed $24 billion deal between Bharti of India and MTN of South Africa has fallen apart, not for the usual issues of price or control, but national ego.

from Commentaries:

The finite value of a T-Mobile UK merger

September 4, 2009

-- Eric Auchard is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own -- 

By Eric Auchard 

Eric AuchardLONDON, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Deja vu, all over and over again. The news is that T-Mobile UK is for sale. Still. 

Verizon cagey on phones, open about global ambitions

June 24, 2009

In a wide-ranging interview with Charlie Rose earlier this week, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg danced around questions about cellphones but was more forthcoming about the U.S. telecom giant’s long-term expansion ambitions.

Phones to make the poor upwardly mobile

By Reuters Staff
May 7, 2008

The “Business Call to Action,” hosted by the British prime minister, drew some 80 CEOs of the world’s biggest companies including Microsoft, Coca-Cola and Vodafone as well as top politicians to discuss how big business can stamp out global poverty.