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Deutsche Telekom, BMW call on German govt to support C-V2X standard in EU

2019-04-16 11:11:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Deutsche Telekom and BMW called on the German government to support the C-V2X mobile technology as the standard for communication between networked vehicles in the Council of the European Union, Heise Online reports. 

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Beijing starts investigation into Ericsson

2019-04-16 10:37:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Ericsson's offices in Beijing were raided by investigators from China's State Administration for Market Regulation, the Wall Street Journal reported. The company confirmed the probe, and said it follows complaints from unspecified sources about the company's intellectual property licensing practices. 

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Tele Columbus considers taking on board new investor to support fibre expansion

2019-04-16 09:45:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Tele Columbus said it evaluates options in the context of the fibre network expansion in Germany. It will only pursue a transaction that is strategically convincing and adds value for its shareholders. The results, timing and terms of a potential transaction are not yet defined.

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Hulu buys back AT&T's 9.5% stake for USD 1.43 bln

2019-04-16 09:04:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) AT&T has sold its 9.5 percent minority stake in Hulu back to the US online TV service for USD 1.43 billion. The transaction values Hulu at USD 15 billion. The transaction will not require any approval, which means it was signed and closed. Hulu CEO Randy Freer said the company looked forward to collaborating still with AT&T in the future and that WarnerMedia will remain a "valued partner" for years to come. AT&T meanwhile said it will use the money raised from the sale, along with other planned sales of non-core assets, to reduce its debt. 

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EU Council approves copyright reform, paving way for national laws

2019-04-15 12:10:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The European Council has given the final approval to the reform of its copyright rules for online content. The move follows approval by the European Parliament in March. The controversial reform increases the liability for internet platforms accepting content uploaded by users. It also provides for increased remuneration for publishers from online aggregators. The EU Council said that member states will have 24 months to transpose the rules into national law, following the signature and publication of the directive in the Official Journal of the EU. 

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