Talktalk Telecom Group PLC (TALK.L)
British broadband operator TalkTalk scrapped a plan to sell its direct business-to-business unit to Daisy Group on Friday, sparking a near 11 percent fall in its shares.
June 29 British broadband operator TalkTalk scrapped a plan to sell its direct business-to-business unit to Daisy Group on Friday, sparking a near 11 percent fall in its shares.
June 29 British broadband company TalkTalk Telecom Group Plc said on Friday it decided to scrap a plan to sell its direct business-to-business unit to Daisy Group.
BRUSSELS, May 28 European Union lawmakers and member states have clinched an informal deal on a law that enables incumbent telecoms operators to be deregulated if they co-invest with rivals, several sources told Reuters.
LONDON, May 24 British broadband company TalkTalk added a record number of customers in its fourth quarter, although the cost of winning those customers with cheaper deals along with its ongoing restructuring saw full-year profits fall 35 percent on Thursday.
LONDON, May 24 British broadband company TalkTalk added 109,000 subscribers in its fourth quarter, its best ever quarterly net adds, although the customer push hit full-year earnings, which fell 35 percent to 233 million pounds ($311 million).
April 18 TalkTalk received the highest proportion of complaints for broadband and landline services in Britain in the three months to the end of December, and Sky the lowest, data from telecoms regulator Ofcom showed on Wednesday.
March 9 The infrastructure fund of British asset manager M&G Investment Management Ltd said on Friday it had offered to buy rural broadband provider Gigaclear Plc in a deal valued at about 270 million pounds ($374 million).
* INVESCO LTD STAKE IN TALKTALK TELECOM GROUP RISES TO 16.26 PERCENT FROM A 13.95 PERCENT EARLIER - REGULATORY FILING Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 80 6749 1136)
Feb 8 Britain's Investment Association said on Thursday that TalkTalk raising cash from investors through a placing was "a blatant disregard of the industry-accepted standards".