Google lowers its costs by advocating for laws that prevent telcos from invoicing Google. Meanwhile, academics are failing to state how much money they receive from Google.
Which stories grabbed the attention of your peers? Here is a rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during June.
The US-headquartered supplier of a mishmash of telecoms services, including RA, agrees that they need to turn around their fortunes… but cannot say how they will do it.
A close look at the word ‘fraud’ reveals not just RA, but more besides…
Andrew Lipman, Senior Partner at legal firm Morgan Lewis, talks about the u-turn in US telco regulation and legal risk in general.
Did you miss some big stories? These are the Commsrisk articles which received most attention during May.
FY17 operating revenues were up 11 percent but Subex took a big exceptional hit after writing down goodwill for both its US and UK subsidiaries.
Regulators should procure the systems needed to test telcos instead of telling telcos to test themselves.
The Disney-owned sports media business has cut expensive stars to offset a fall in revenues as customers turn away from cable networks.
Government tariff caps benefit customers who do not shop around, but discourage competition on price.