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Nimble start for Telef�nica Digital
Rolling new services out quickly on to Telef�nica's networks will be the key to driving revenues for the fledgling unit, a key concern for some at Digital's first ever analyst day on Thursday.
Telef�nica Digital signs deals on direct carrier billing, financial services  Mobile Payments Today
Andy Murray v Marin Cilic: live
Andy holds that service game easily; he is starting to look absolutely top class out there. There's just nowhere for Marin to hit it; Andy is all over the court, and when he gets the slightest chance, he is piling the pressure on his opponent.
China's wind groups pick up speed
China's turbine exports are still small as a per cent of total global installations, but increasingly Chinese groups including Sinovel and Goldwind - the world's second- and third- biggest turbine makers by market share - are setting up local ...
Massive bill for O2 after network crash left millions of customers cut off
Some Tesco Mobile customers, who also use the O2 system, lost services. O2, which is owned by Spain's Telefonica, has 23million customers in the UK and many took to Twitter to vent their frustration.
Embattled Dynegy files for Chapter 11
The group hopes to reach full agreement to restructure its debts and emerge from bankruptcy this autumn, with shareholders in the parent company losing most of their holdings but being given some opportunity to share in the upside if the business ...
From frustrating to surreal
Another problem, she says, is that the government has banned electronic billing in dollars, the currency traditionally used by businesses such as computing and car parts companies to quote their prices.
Spain utilities say tax will kill profits
This month a group of 13 foreign investors in Spanish renewable energy projects, including private equity company KKR and HgCapital, sent letters to lobby Mr Rajoy, David Cameron, UK prime minister, and the European Commission arguing subsidy cuts ...
Foreign buyers lead surge in UK deals
Overseas investors have bought 16 companies worth more than �1bn in the first six months of the year, compared with eight such takeovers in the same period a year before, according to data from Experian, the information services group.
Now FBI searches Trenton City Hall, the day after midnight raid of mayor Tony ...
One day after the FBI raided Tony Mack's home in the middle of the night they've been at it again, this time combing through offices the capital's City Hall.
Areva's atomic reactor faces further delays
The reactor was supposed to have entered service in 2009 but has been repeatedly delayed, leading to more than €2bn of cost overruns and causing acute embarrassment to Areva and the French government, which owns an 87 per cent stake.