Research from Oxford University shows the answer to our quiz question is that shareholder value can go both down or up after a crisis, depending on how management respond.
Following a crisis, how might risk management influence the share price of a global telco group?
Congratulations to Derek Burgess, who wins the prize for best answer to LTT-14. The optimal solution required two supply ships, with a comfortable surplus for the journey’s final leg.
In Lunch Time Teaser 14, quizmaster Lee Scargall has delivered his most devilishly difficult puzzle yet. Nobody has submitted a correct answer. Can you find the solution, and claim the prize?
Your business plans to lay a submarine cable, to go all the way round the world. Can you work out how many ships you will need? The best answer will win a copy of our book, Revenue Assurance: Expert Opinions for Communications Providers.
Congratulations to Daniel Peter in India, for providing the winning answer to L.T.T. 13.
Imagine you work for a mobile operator in a country with a very high corruption perception index, as defined by Transparency International. What issues surround the launch of their new mobile money service?
The answer to LTT-12 was B = Grey routing / Sim boxing. Revenue leakage occurs when inbound calls do not transit through the gateway (interconnect) switch, resulting in…
Welcome to this month’s LTT. You work for Acme-Telecom and it’s your first day in the job. You receive a phone call from the CFO’s…
In September I asked for opinions about changing the content of talkRA. Some of the responses reminded me of things people have been telling me…