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Swisscom Says FY Net Income Up 9.7% To 1.67 Bln Sfr
Swisscom Leaves Full-Year Outlook, Dividend Policy Unchanged
Freenet Says It Continues To Reject Sunrise Deal For Swiss Business Despite Liberty Global Offer
Swisscom AG is a holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides telecommunication services in Switzerland and Italy. The Company's segments include Swisscom Switzerland, Fastweb, Other Operating Segments and Group Headquarters. Swisscom Switzerland comprises the customer segments, Residential Customers, Enterprise Customers and Wholesale, as well as the information technology (IT), Network and Infrastructure division. Fastweb is an alternative service provider in the Italian fixed-network market for both residential and business customers. The Other Operating Segments includes the Digital Business unit, as well as Participations and Subsidiaries in the areas of payment solutions, network construction and maintenance, radio transmitters, energy management and event solutions. Group Headquarters includes Group Business Steering, Group Strategy and Board Services, Group Communications and Responsibility, Group Security, Group Human Resources and Worklink AG.
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* GROUP REVENUE DOWN SLIGHTLY DUE TO PRICE EROSION IN SWITZERLAND
Switzerland's highest court on Thursday upheld a 186 million Swiss franc ($190.34 million) penalty against Switzerland's largest telecoms provider Swisscom <SCMN.S>, saying pricing policies in its internet business violated cartel laws.
Switzerland's highest court on Thursday upheld a 186 million Swiss franc ($190.34 million) penalty against Switzerland's largest telecoms provider Swisscom , saying pricing policies in its internet business violated cartel laws.
* BOKU EXPANDS EUROPEAN COVERAGE FOR FRICTIONLESS MOBILE IDENTITY VERIFICATION THROUGH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH SWISSCOM Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* MARC WERNER, HEAD OF SALES & SERVICES (SAS) AND MEMBER OF THE GROUP EXECUTIVE BOARD, IS TO LEAVE SWISSCOM
* GROUP REVENUE BELOW PREVIOUS YEAR DUE TO FIERCE COMPETITION AND STRONG PRICE PRESSURE
* FASTWEB AND WIND TRE ANNOUNCE A STRATEGIC AGREEMENT FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF A NATIONWIDE STATE-OF THE-ART 5G NETWORK
* ARTIFICIAL SOLUTIONS AND SWISSCOM ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* SWISSCOM ACQUIRES SWISS SECURITY SPECIALIST UNITED SECURITY PROVIDERS
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp on Thursday nearly halved its 2019 revenue expectations after missing first-quarter results, as the IT services and outsourcing company faces sluggish demand in its financial and healthcare businesses.
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp missed analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue, as sales in its biggest unit of financial services fell.
* LUKAS HOHL APPOINTED NEW CEO OF SWISSCOM BLOCKCHAIN AG Source text for Eikon: [https://tinyurl.com/yyexu2mc] Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
Swiss telecom company Swisscom cannot be forced to block access to foreign internet sites that illegally make films available, the highest Swiss court said on Wednesday, ending a three-year-old copyright case brought by a local film company.
Swisscom cannot be forced to block access to foreign internet sites that illegally make films available for viewing, the highest Swiss court said on Wednesday, ending a three-year-old copyright case brought by a local film company.
* REACHES WAGE AGREEMENT WITH STAFFERS, PAY INCREASE OF 1.4 PERCENT STARTING ON APRIL 1 Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
Switzerland's Federal Communications Commission (ComCom) has retroactively cut some regulated prices that Swisscom charges rivals, the agency said on Tuesday after concluding that some of its prices were too high.
* ON COMCOM DECISION TO LOWER PRICES, WE ARE ANALYSING SITUATION AND POSSIBLE APPEAL AGAINST DECISION
Swisscom, Sunrise and Salt have paid a relatively modest 380 million Swiss francs (292 million pounds) for fifth-generation wireless frequencies that will tighten their grip on the Swiss mobile market.
Swisscom said it faced "fierce" competition with global internet companies while reporting 2018 net profit that matched expectations amid looming market consolidation in Switzerland.
Swisscom is well placed to handle the fallout from potential merger activity that will sharpen competition in Switzerland's telecommunications market, Chief Executive Urs Schaeppi said on Thursday.
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