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Telefonica Brasil SA (VIVT4.SA)

VIVT4.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

23 Nov 2017
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Wed, Nov 8 2017

UPDATE 1-Brazil's TIM criticizes China Telecom tactics in Oi bid

SAO PAULO, Nov 8 Tim Participações SA , Brazil's second-largest wireless phone company, expressed concerns on Wednesday about the potential acquisition of debt-laden carrier Oi SA by state-run China Telecom Corp Ltd, adding to criticism already put forth by rival Telefonica Brasil SA.

UPDATE 3-Telefonica Brasil's 3rd-quarter hits profit targets; cost discipline helps

SAO PAULO, Oct 25 Telefonica Brasil SA , the country's biggest telecommunications firm, posted a 28 percent rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by tight cost controls and increased revenue per customer.

Telefonica Brasil tops Q3 profit estimates

Oct 25 Telefonica Brasil SA, the biggest telecommunications firm in the country, on Wednesday reported third-quarter net income of 1.223 billion reais ($377 million), up 28 percent from a year earlier.

Telefonica Brasil using digital services to further cut costs

SAO PAULO, July 26 Telefonica Brasil SA is using digital customer services to further reduce spending on call centers and paper billing, executives told analysts on Wednesday, suggesting there is room to continue improving operational profitability.

Telefonica Brasil posts 25 pct rise in second-quarter profit

SAO PAULO, July 26 Telefonica Brasil SA , the biggest telecommunications firm in the country, on Wednesday reported a 25 percent rise in second-quarter net income to 873 million reais ($275 million), a securities filing showed.

UPDATE 1-Brazil state wants Cesp sale by September, sources say

SAO PAULO, June 8 Brazil's São Paulo state aims to sell control of Cia Energética de São Paulo SA by around September, two people with knowledge of the plan said on Thursday, marking the latest move by regional governments in Latin America's No. 1 economy to raise cash and exit the utility industry.

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