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Telstra rings up fourth consecutive year as Australia’s most valuable brand - AdviserVoice AdviserVoice
Telstra remains Australia’s most valuable brand despite its brand value subsiding 7% to $14.7 billion, according to the latest report by Brand Finance, the world’s leading independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
Huawei CFO may face formal extradition to US, says report - CNET
The US will formally request the extradition of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou from Canada, according to a Monday report. Canada's ambassador to the US, David MacNaughton, discussed the impending request with the Toronto-based Globe and Mail but didn't say when it'll happen.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
ALDI Mobile's new family pack lets you share 40GB between four | WhistleOut
ALDI Mobile wants to make it easy to get the entire fam connected with a new $80 family pack with a 40GB shared allowance. The ALDI Mobile family pack allows you to put up to four services on the one plan. Everyone gets unlimited talk and text, unlimited international talk and text to 15 countries, and a share of the monthly 40GB.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
Competition cop’s decision on TPG-Vodafone merger delayed - Computerworld
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has extended its provisional timeline for a decision on whether to allow the merger of TPG and Vodafone Hutchison to go ahead.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
iTWire - MyRepublic discounts 100Mbps plans after NBN Co pushes speed tier
Small ISP MyRepublic has announced a new push to sell 100Mbps plans, with a discounted plan of $79.95, a drop of $10 from existing prices, for an unspecified limited period. The move comes after the NBN Co announced a rebate of $160 to retail service providers for each user who takes up a 100Mbps plan between 21 January and 30 June 2019.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
Business chiefs should be more concerned about their poor productivity
It’s the new year and business-lobby chiefs saw the reminders on their calendars: time to whinge (“CEOs warn: stop toxic policy drift”, 21/1). Here’s a novel suggestion: what are they going to do about poor productivity, poor vocational training and an uncompetitive economy? They are as responsible for the mess they identify as is the government.
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6 hours ago by tioaus
Disconnected: Two-day Telstra outage could have been a medical disaster
A LOCKINGTON resident was forced to walk a block in Wednesday’s 45C heat to call an ambulance after Telstra landlines and mobiles went down for two days. Residents and businesses were plunged into the dark ages, with reports of service going down on Wednesday morning due to a damaged cable and not being restored until Thursday night, affecting calls and internet in the area.
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yesterday by tioaus
Telstra remains Australia's most valuable brand, while Qantas is the strongest
Telstra has held onto the crown of Australia's most valuable brand for the fourth year running, while Qantas has surged to become the country's strongest brand. Australia's largest telecommunications provider saw its brand valuation dip slightly to $14.7 billion in Brand Finance's Australia 100 rankings for 2019, but its score was enough to hold the top position.
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yesterday by tioaus
Huawei's CEO threatens to axe 'mediocre' staff after global security worries | Business Insider
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei warned of hard times ahead for the Chinese phone giant in an email to staff. He warned of job losses and said that the company would likely have to axe “mediocre employees.” Huawei is one of the biggest companies in China, but is under scrutiny over global jitters that its telecommunications equipment lets the Chinese government spy on other nations.
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yesterday by tioaus
NBN Co makes move to sell more 100Mbps-plus services - Telco/ISP - iTnews
NBN Co will look to raise the number of 100Mbps-plus users on its network before the end of the financial year with a $160 rebate offered for each customer that retail service providers sign on.
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yesterday by tioaus
Telstra, Andy Penn bracing for employee strike after CEPU rejection of EBA
Thousands of Telstra employees will start voting this week on whether to take industrial action, including strikes, after the union rejected the company's current offer as sub-standard. The country’s largest telecommunications company has been in negotiations with the Communications Electrical Plumbing Union (CEPU) since early-2018 over a new enterprise bargaining agreement.
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yesterday by tioaus
Beyond the interface (Thomas Byttebier)
Thomas Byttebier тоже размышляет о том, почему современные цифровые продукты и бренды стали одинаковыми. Это происходит и в других областях — мода, кафе и т.п.
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yesterday by jvetrau
Germany considering ways to exclude Huawei from 5G auction - Benchmarking Change - Security - Telco/ISP - iTnews
The German government is actively considering stricter security requirements and other ways to exclude China's Huawei Technologies from a buildout of fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks, the Handelsblatt newspaper reported.
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2 days ago by tioaus
There’s a red flag behind the fluttering globalist banner
“Globalism is dead. Long live globalisation.” The Davos man has spoken. This week, the World Economic Forum is meeting to plan the future of the world. For the little people, it looks like a tall order. But the immortals rise to the challenge each year by streaming their next big idea from luxury quarters in Davos, Switzerland.
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2 days ago by tioaus

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