The mystery consortium which plans to buy out Commander's telco business today denied that the failed company's former chief executive Adrian Coote was behind the bid.
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Facebook's answer as to why it removed vigilante groups that had posted details about accused fire-bug Brendan Sokaluk smells of fear that it may be as responsible as media for content published on its network.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has inked a $100 million deal with Optus to provide satellite services for a further eight years.
Telstra's attempt to appoint a person of its choice as the chairman of the "3GIS" mobile network it operates with rival Hutchison Telecom Australia was yesterday rejected by the Victorian Supreme Court.
Vodafone and Hutchison yesterday completed the 50-50 joint venture to create VHA Pty Limited.
Fujitsu Australia chief executive Rod Vawdrey today said the acquisition of Telstra's Kaz Group would not result in redundancies, however, the fate of senior management is yet to be decided.
Vodafone and Hutchison executives have confirmed that they would make staff cuts to reach the $2 billion in savings they hope to achieve from the merger, but analysts doubt whether it will lead to a better outcome for customers.
iiNet managing director Michael Malone today denied that cancelling iiNet subsidiary Westnet's policy to forward copyright breach notifications was designed to be obstructive to copyright holders.
Telstra shareholders have unequivocally voted in favour of the remuneration packages currently awarded to its top executives.
The NBN Company's funds, according to its first financial report filed several weeks ago with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, are being held with Westpac Banking Corporation.