Telstra Australia's largest telecommunications and media company. Starting out as a government department, Telstra is now fully privatised.
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Telstra CEO David Thodey credits social media network Yammer with breaking through 10 layers of management to get employees talking directly to him.
Telstra CEO David Thodey has said he believes Telstra's copper network could last 100 more years.
In the wake of community concern over subcontractors handling asbestos in Telstra pits, the company has found that contractors were given only basic asbestos awareness and competency training.
The Greens' proposal to stop Telstra's planned job cuts to the struggling directory business Sensis has been rejected by a parliamentary committee.
Federal communications minister Stephen Conroy says his opposition counterpart should come clean on the amount of work that Telstra's ducts would need under the opposition's NBN alternative.
Telstra and Vodafone saw rises in the number of complaints to the TIO, while Optus has noted a sharp decrease in the number of complaints it has received.
Affected families near asbestos-contaminated telecommunications pits in Western Sydney are demanding that Telstra make their properties safe before they return home.
New South Wales Police has charged three people for 182 alleged claims of fraudulently obtaining mobile phones and tablets.
Federal Labor has come out claiming that the Howard government was aware of Telstra's asbestos problem.
As the Federal Government gets Telstra to agree to full responsibility to deal with asbestos material in pits and ducts, the Queensland government has claimed to uncover three asbestos-related safety breaches.
Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten says he's sympathetic to the setting up of a fund for workers potentially exposed to asbestos found in pipes and pits owned by Telstra.
The competition regulator has pushed down the final prices that Telstra will be allowed to charge its wholesale customers for services on ADSL.
Telstra should set up a James Hardie-style fund for workers potentially exposed to asbestos during work on the National Broadband Network, a union says.
Work on the NBN has been suspended in a residential area of Sydney amid fears contractors haven't safely handled the removal of asbestos.
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