By Trefis: The Sprint (NYSE:S)/T-Mobile (TMUS) merger saga continues to see interesting twists, with intense speculation holding sway over market sentiment for both stocks. In the latest development, Deutsche Telekom CEO Timotheus Hoettges...Show More Summary
There are only a handful of companies that come to mind when you think of smart cities. Established tech firms like IBM and General Electric have been eagerly promoting intelligent solutions for urban improvement, where machines are already more populous … Continue reading ?
T-Mobile CEO John Legere loves to talk trash about his rivals’ networks but recent studies have indicated that T-Mobile has some work to do if it wants to match the network quality of Verizon and AT&T. Thankfully for Legere, he has a...Show More Summary
It’s another down day for Sprint (S) and T-Mobile US (TMUS), with the stocks slipping 3.4% and 1.7% at recent check. Late Wednesday the shares began their slide when Deutsche Telekom’s (DTEGY) CEO said that regulatory hurdles would probably prevent any M&A activity in the near term. Credit Suisse seconds that opinion today. Analyst Joseph [...]
Deutsche Telekom AG (OTCQX:DTEGY) Q4 2013 Earnings Call March 06, 2014 8:00 am ET Executives Stephan Eger - Senior Vice President and Head of Investor Relations Timotheus Hottges - Chairman of the Board of Management and Chief Executive...Show More Summary
The German giant has definitely realized that, when it comes to the threat of services running over its data networks, it's better to join up with them than try to beat them.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom's Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Thursday T-Mobile US is currently valued at $46 billion after shares have gained on the back of the company's turnaround.
Both Sprint (S) and T-Mobile US (TMUS) were down close to 2% just after the close, on remarks from the latter’s parent company that no sale look imminent. Just before the closing bell, Deutsche Telekom’s (DTEGY) CEO said that a sale of T-Mobile USA didn’t look likely in the near term, given the regulatory hurdles [...]
It figures: Just when we were starting to see one good reason for Sprint to acquire T-Mobile, the whole transaction has been put on ice. Bloomberg News reports that Deutsche Telekom CEO Timotheus Höttges doesn’t see any sale of T-Mobile...Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom is considering an alliance with WhatsApp, the latest European phone company to seek closer links with the mobile-messaging start-up that agreed to be acquired by Facebook for $19 billion (R207bn) last week. ||| Deutsche...Show More Summary
Good news for privacy fans: the Blackphone is pretty decently-priced if you take into account the extensive bundled security services, and Deutsche Telekom is making a real effort to put privacy-enhancing tools in its users' hands.
Deutsche Telekom is to launch an app for smartphones that encrypts voice and text messages and will be available to all its users. ||| Barcelona - Deutsche Telekom is to launch an app for smartphones that encrypts voice and text messages and will be available to all its users. Show More Summary
Telefonica and Deutsche Telekom launching 12 combined new markets in the first half of 2014 At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today we've been spending a little time with the folks from Mozilla, getting an update on the performance and future of Firefox OS. Show More Summary
For those unfamiliar, Deutsche Telekom is the parent company of US carrier T-Mobile. As you might have heard, there have also been talks that T-Mobile could be bought up by Sprint and in the past we have seen how other carriers, such as AT&T, have attempted to purchase T-Mobile as well. Show More Summary
As part of its ongoing quest to beef up its central and eastern European operations, Deutsche Telekom has bought up the 39.23 percent of shares in T-Mobile Czech Republic that it did not already own. The shares, purchased from a private equity-led consortium, cost the carrier […]
The German telecommunications giant will pay $1.1 billion for the remaining stake in T-Mobile Czech Republic as it turns its attention to Central and Eastern Europe as a potential growth area.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom has bought the remaining parts of its T-Mobile Czech Republic division for about 800 million euros ($1.09 billion) to take full control of the unit, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday.