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The 6th TMT Finance & Investment Asia event will take place in Singapore on January 28 with a new expanded programme featuring 20 sessions on Telecom, Media and Digital Technology Investment Strategy for Asia.
Join 100+ telecom executives on this 2 part meeting to discuss the technologies in entertainment. The first day of our two-day Entertainment sessions will focus on the content side: games, video, media, audio, apps, and more. The second day of our two-day Entertainment session will focus on the network side of the entertainment business. You have the option to register for 1 session or for both.
ITSF 2014 “Time for the Future” will be a key knowledge transfer and networking session as the industry builds the new networks necessary to address the phenomenal bandwidth demands of the Tablet and Smartphone user community that will emerge in 2015 and 2016.
Company will hand out golden parachutes of more than $136M to 5 execs if deal closes
(Reuters) - Employees of Time Warner Cable will be $416 million richer even if the cable operator's merger with Comcast does not close, a move designed to keep staff from bolting while federal regulators contemplate the deal.
A proxy statement, prepared for the shareholders meetings of both companies in October to vote on the merger, also lays out the nearly $81.8 million golden parachute that Time Warner Cable's chairman and chief executive, Robert D. Marcus, would receive.
Nearly 3 billion will have access to the Internet by the end of 2014, according to ITU
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Facebook Inc <FB.O> is prepared to spend billions of dollars to reach its goal of bringing the Internet to everyone on the planet, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Friday.
"What we really care about is connecting everyone in the world," Zuckerberg said at an event in Mexico City hosted by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
"Even if it means that Facebook has to spend billions of dollars over the next decade making this happen, I believe that over the long term its gonna be a good thing for us and for the world."
Business-related customers represent more than 50 percent of the company's mobile revenues
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - AT&T Inc is merging its wireless and business divisions into a single unit led by Ralph de la Vega, former chief executive of the company's wireless segment, a spokesman for AT&T said on Tuesday.
The announcement comes as cable companies try to lure business customers away from traditional telecommunications carriers. To become a more seamless competitor, AT&T has been combining its wireline and wireless operations, including customer care and network operations.