Jazztel Plc, a Spanish wireless and broadband carrier taking on larger rivals, will meet subscriber and earnings targets and may even beat them as the economy recovers, its chief executive officer said.
Revelations that BBC TV host Jimmy Savile sexually abused hundreds of children have spurred anger across Britain. With voters enraged, Prime Minister David Cameron has made restricting access to pornography, and especially stamping out images of children, a signature issue.
The U.S. government’s China expert for an economic espionage criminal trial copied verbatim from Wikipedia large portions of a report summarizing his proposed testimony and should be disqualified, defense attorneys said.
MainOne Cable Co Ltd., which operates an undersea cable connecting West Africa to Europe, plans to open a $25 million data center in Nigeria by June as connectivity improves and more business gets done online.
Since completing a master’s degree in electrical engineering in 2009, Ti Zhao, a self-described “education junkie,” has continued to take classes. The total price tag for the last eight in which she enrolled: $0.00.
Safaricom Ltd., Kenya’s biggest telecommunications company, may begin selling bundled Internet and television services for on-demand viewing within the next 12 months, Chief Executive Officer Bob Collymore said.
Vodacom Group Ltd., the wireless operator with the most subscribers in South Africa, is in discussions with Naspers Ltd. about access to its television content, according to a person familiar with the matter.