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Trouble at Sea for Big Satellite Operators

By Leila Abboud (Bloomberg Gadfly) — Satellite operator Inmarsat was founded 40 years ago to let ships communicate with land so rescuers could aid sailors. The maritime business, which still provides half of sales and operating profit, set it apart from rivals who were focused on broadcasting and broadband. As a result, the British company […] The post Trouble at Sea for Big Satellite Operators appeared first on gCaptain.
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