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Vodafone Group PLC (VOD.L)

VOD.L on London Stock Exchange

187.28GBp
22 Jun 2018
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2.88 (+1.56%)
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Wed, Jun 20 2018

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Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities

LONDON Vodafone said on Wednesday it will begin testing next-generation 5G mobile networks in seven of Britain's 10 largest cities later in 2018, part of a plan to start limited deployments in dense urban areas in some markets next year.

Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities

LONDON Vodafone said on Wednesday it will begin testing next-generation 5G mobile networks in seven of Britain's 10 largest cities later in 2018, part of a plan to start limited deployments in dense urban areas in some markets next year.

Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities

LONDON, June 20 Vodafone said on Wednesday it will begin testing next-generation 5G mobile networks in seven of Britain's 10 largest cities later in 2018, part of a plan to start limited deployments in dense urban areas in some markets next year.

FTSE gets energy boost while Vodafone flags

LONDON Britain's top share index hit a four-month high on Tuesday as oil majors rallied, though Vodafone's shares struggled after the world's second largest mobile operator said its boss was leaving.

UPDATE 1-Britain's FTSE gets energy boost while Vodafone flags

* Energy stocks, financials on the rise (Recasts, adds detail and quote, updates prices at close)

End of an era as Vodafone boss Colao hands over to protege Read

LONDON Vodafone Chief Executive Vittorio Colao will step down in October after 10 years in which the Italian reshaped the world's second largest mobile operator into a digital communications powerhouse with a string of major deals. | Video

End of an era as Vodafone boss Colao hands over to protege Read

LONDON Vodafone Chief Executive Vittorio Colao will step down in October after 10 years in which the Italian reshaped the world's second largest mobile operator into a digital communications powerhouse with a string of major deals. | Video

UPDATE 5-End of an era as Vodafone boss Colao hands over to protege Read

* Read to focus on integration, realising deal benefits (Adds further quotes)

Breakingviews - Vodafone CEO leaves hard work to his successor

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Vodafone’s departing chief executive, Vittorio Colao, is leaving a tough job for his successor Nick Read. A disciplined approach to acquisitions and investment has helped the mobile group beat peers’ returns. The challenge for Read, who is currently the company’s chief financial officer, is to make a success of the giant Liberty Global deal at a company that’s more used to pruning than growing its portfolio.

Vodafone weighs on Britain's FTSE after CEO steps down

LONDON, May 15 The announcement of the departure of Vodafone's boss later this year hit shares in the world's second largest mobile operator and held back Britain's leading stocks index on Tuesday morning.

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