Ashtead upgrades forecasts, Profits up at Wolseley and Deutsche Telekom defends Openreach. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by *City Editor Jonathan Guthrie*, is your early Square Mile briefing. You.. FT.com
Britain’s biggest broadband company, BT has pledged to spend six billion pounds (7.6 billion euros) on superfast fibre-optic cabling and 4G mobile in the next three years. The follows criticism from.. Source: Euronews English -
Ofcom said that it would begin moves to force a legal separation, but investment bank Goldman Sachs pointed out that the European Commission would have to approve Ofcom’s plan. thisismoney.co.uk Also reported by •MailOnline
BT has played down damning action by the telecoms watchdog to split up the company for failing to address competition concerns.
Chairman Sir Mike Rake has insisted that Ofcom is not trying to.. City A.M.
The UK's phone companies are exploiting vulnerable people by hiking landline prices even though their costs are falling.
Regulator Ofcom delivered a damning verdict on the likes of BT and Virgin.. City A.M.
People living in Cheltenham and hoping one day to be able to access fast broadband might well be cheered by the latest news down the line from BT.The telecommunications giant has revealed that together.. Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Gloucester Citizen •Stroud Life
For some UK companies, having a large pension deficit is like a proverbial albatross around the neck – unsightly and foreboding.
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Over the past year BT chief exec Gavin Patterson has been telling anyone who would listen how it would be impossible to separate the group's network arm Openreach from everything else it does. MailOnline