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Nokia posts strong network result, warns over China slowdown

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Nokia reported better-than-expected profits for its mainstay telecom network equipment business but warned that rollouts for new mobile networks would start to slow this year in its key market in China....Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, sox, qqq, dia, aapl, spls, hban, fmer)

Here is what you need to know. China's stock market crashed to a 13-month low. China's Shanghai Composite plunged 6.4% to its lowest level since December 2014. The telecom and IT sectors were hit the hardest during Wednesday's rout, tumbling 9.6% and 8.7%, respectively. Crude oil is back above $30. Show More Summary

China Unicom And Telecom Deepen Cooperation With 4G Resource Sharing Agreement

China Unicom and China Telecom, the smaller two Chinese wireless carriers, signed a multi-pronged strategic agreement to share resources, enabling them to cut costs and better compete with larger and better capitalized rival China Mobile. Show More Summary

The list of missing Chinese financial executives keeps getting longer

Being in charge of a large Chinese company or investment firm might be one of the most dangerous jobs out there at the moment. On Wednesday, Chang Xiaobing, CEO of state-owned telecoms giant China Telecom, resigned after becoming the...Show More Summary

China Telecom's CEO resigned after going missing in a corruption crackdown

Chang Xiaobing, CEO of state-owned telecoms giant China Telecom, resigned after becoming the latest Chinese executive to go missing amid a nationwide crackdown on corruption led by the government. President and Chief Operating Officer...Show More Summary

China Telecom CEO Resigns After Being Detained in Probe

China Telecom Chairman and CEO Chang Xiaobing has resigned days after the country’s antigraft watchdog said it had detained him, one in a series of moves against executives at top state-owned enterprises.

China Telecom chairman 'taken away' amid corruption crackdown

2 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The chairman of China Telecom, Chang Xiaobing, is the latest high-profile figure to be detained and investigated as part of president Xi Jinping's ongoing corruption crackdown. [ more › ]

China Telecom slumps on probe

Shares in China Telecom dropped as much as three percent Monday after news its head was under investigation. ||| Hong Kong - Shares in China Telecom dropped as much as three percent Monday after news its head was under investigation, the latest high-profile target in a corruption crackdown. Show More Summary

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Today's Headlines Bloomberg: China Telecom Shares Fall as Chairman Becomes Subject of Probe. China Telecom Corp., the nation’s third-largest wireless carrier, fell in Hong Kong trading after its chairman became the latest high-ranking executive to be targeted by anti-graft investigators. Show More Summary

China Antiterror Law Doesn't Require Encryption Code Handovers

China’s new antiterrorism law requires tech firms to help security agencies in the decryption of electronic data, but doesn’t require telecoms and Internet service providers to hand over encryption codes to authorities.

China Telecom Head Detained by Antigraft Regulator

China’s antigraft watchdog detained the chairman of China Telecom, Chang Xiaobing, in the latest in a spate of moves against executives at many of the country’s top state-owned companies.

Beijing Launches Corruption Investigation of China Telecom Head

Xiaobing Chang, former chairman of China Unicom and current chair of China Telecom, is being suspected of "severe disciplinary violations," according to local media.

The CEO of China Telecom is the latest Chinese executive to go 'missing'

Chang Xiaobing, who was recently named CEO of state-owned telecoms giant China Telecom, is the latest Chinese executive to go "missing" amid a nationwide crackdown on corruption led by the government. Beijing-based independent magazine Caijing reports on Sunday that Xiaobing is "lost" and uncontactable via mobile phone. Show More Summary

DISA Awards $4.3B in Telecom Network Solutions | France Orders More Tigers, Plans $41.6B Budget Increase | US Intel Reveals China’s ICBM Tests

Americas Canada’s recent exit of the F-35 fighter program may not be as cut and dried as promised on the campaign trail by the Liberal Party government. During a recent interview, defense minister Harjit Sajjan sidestepped answering questions on whether the Lockheed Martin F-35 jet would be excluded from a competition to replace the CF-18 […]

[DEALS] Your last 30 days to sign up for Shanghai's fastest broadband!

2 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Whether you're watching movies, surfing the web or keeping up with friends and family, quality broadband matters, particularly when you live in China. To reward its loyal customers, China Telecom is rolling out incredible offers to make the nation's best home broadband plans even more affordable. [ more › ]

[DEALS] Looking to upgrade? Get cutting-edge phones combined with cut-rate contracts!

3 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

If you are looking to upgrade your mobile phone, China Telecom has an offer that you simply can't afford to pass up. [ more › ]

HTC's 5.5-inch One X9 makes a stop at TENAA

A new handset from HTC has made its way through TENAA, China's telecom regulator. Called the HTC X9u by TENAA, the phone is also being called the HTC One X9 by some, and features a 5.5-inch, 1080p display and runs Android 5.0.2 out of the box....

Despite The Benefits, A China Unicom-Telecom Merger May Be Unlikely

Unicom and Telecom have about 288 million and 194 million wireless subscribers, respectively, compared to China Mobile's 823 million subscribers. Telecom and Unicom had EBITDA margins of roughly 30% in 2014, per our estimates, compared to over 40% for China Mobile. Show More Summary

Huawei who? We probe the sleeping storage dragon's brains

China's massive telecoms giant flexes its enterprise IT muscles Part I  Huawei is China's Cisco or Sweden’s Ericsson without the storage hangups that affect the US networking giant. It's a $46.5bn colossus with 170,000 employees, privately-owned by its Chinese national employees, with no venture capital investment and three rotating CEOs. Show More Summary

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