The company outlined the details in a report that is described as the first of its kind, covering 29 countries in which it
U.S. telecom goliath AT&T took a gander at Canada's wireless market, BNN reports, but decided against coming north because
At least three foreign telcos aside from Verizon have looked at bidding for wireless spectrum in Canada, a source close to
Rogers Communications, one of Canada's largest communications and media companies, has named the head of Vodaphone U.K. as
Some wonder why it's a good thing that the likes of Wind can now be bought by foreign entities. Simply put, it's better than the alternative -- the smaller companies are having a hell of a time competing against the big guys. It's trendy to bash the government as being pro-big business, but in the past week that hasn't been the case.