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Telefonica Signs Deal With SAP Spain To Offer Cloud Solutions
Telefonica Raises 136.3 Mln Euros In Capital Increase Related To Scrip Dividend Programme
Telefonica Signs Deal With UEFA For Exclusive Media Rights For Champions League And Europa League In Spain
Telefonica, S.A. is an integrated and diversified telecommunications group operating in Europe and Latin America. The Company's services and products include Mobile business, Fixed-line telephony business and Digital services. Its segments include Telefonica Spain, Telefonica Brazil, Telefonica Germany, Telefonica United Kingdom and Telefonica Hispanoamerica (formed by the Company's operators in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador and Uruguay). These segments are engaged in activities relating to wireline, wireless, cable, data, Internet and television (TV) businesses and other digital services in accordance with each location. It offers a range of mobile and related services and products to personal and business customers. It offers traditional fixed telecommunication services, Internet and broadband multimedia services and data and business-solutions services. It offers a range of digital services, such as Internet of Things (IoT).
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Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete Lopez
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Jose Javier Echenique Landiribar
Vice Chairman, Lead Independent Director
Jose Maria Abril Perez
Vice Chairman of the Board
Isidro Faine Casas
Vice Chairman of the Board
Laura Abasolo Garcia de Baquedano
Chief Finance and Control Officer
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Coltel, a Colombian unit of Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica, on Wednesday issued $500 million in bonds to international markets in an oversubscribed placing with proceeds earmarked for substituting debt, the company said Thursday.
Over 30 banks have piled into a £4bn loan to back a US$38bn merger of the British businesses of Liberty Global and Telefonica after the borrowers tapped their large banking relationships to secure the deal within a ten-day period.
Telefonica's German division <TEF.MC> has signed a deal to sell thousands of phone masts for 1.5 billion euros, the latest move by a telecom operator to generate cash from its assets in preparation for investment in next-generation 5G internet.
Spain's Telefonica has inked a deal to sell thousands of phone masts in Germany for 1.5 billion euros, the latest move by a telecom operator to squeeze cash from its assets in preparation for investments in next-generation 5G internet.
Liberty Global and Telefonica have agreed to merge their British businesses in a $38 billion deal that will create a powerhouse in mobile and broadband to take on market leader BT.
Telefonica Chief Operating Officer Angel Vila says during a virtual news conference:
Spain's Telefonica <TEF.MC> could seek to make money from its stake in the CTIL masts company it owns with Britain's Vodafone <VOD.L> before or after closing a deal to merge its British unit O2 with Liberty Global's Virgin Media, its chief operating officer said on Thursday.
Spanish telecoms company Telefonica SA withdrew its 2020 financial guidance after reporting a sharp fall in first-quarter net profit on Thursday.
* DUE TO SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN GUIDANCE SCENARIO AND CONTEXT AND UNCERTAINTY, 2020 FINANCIAL GUIDANCE IS WITHDRAWN
Telefonica SA withdrew its 2020 financial guidance after the Spanish telecoms company reported a sharp fall in first-quarter net profit on Thursday.
Liberty Global has agreed to merge its Virgin Media cable company with the O2 mobile business owned by Spain's Telefonica to create a major new force in the British telecoms market.
The British units of Liberty Global Plc <LBTYA.O> and Telefónica SA <TEF.MC> will merge in a deal worth 24 billion pounds ($29.57 billion), the Financial Times reported https://www.ft.com/content/2b73a385-7218-47dc-83bf-18e6e3d5f8f4 on Thursday.
Brazilian telecoms firms Telefonica Brasil SA <VIVT4.SA> and TIM Participacoes SA <TIMP3.SA> are moving ahead with a potential joint bid for rival Oi SA's <OIBR4.SA> mobile unit despite the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak, executives said Wednesday.
Shares in Spain's Telefonica SA <TEF.MC> rose on Monday to post the only strong gains on an otherwise almost entirely red Madrid index, after the company confirmed it was in talks with billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc <LBTYA.O> over a possible merger of their...
Spain's Telefonica SA confirmed on Monday it has opened talks with billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc over a possible merger between both companies' British units.
Millicom International Cellular <TIGOsdb.ST> said on Saturday it would back out of a $570 million deal to buy Telefonica's <TEF.MC> Costa Rican business, creating a headache for the Spanish company as it looks to sharpen its focus on core markets in Europe and Brazil.
Millicom International Cellular said on Saturday it would back out of a $570 million deal to buy Telefonica's Costa Rica business, creating a headache for the Spanish company as it looks to sharpen its focus on core markets in Europe and Brazil.
Spain's Telefonica SA <TEF.MC> is in talks with billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc <LBTYA.O> to explore a merger of its British mobile operator O2 with Liberty's Virgin Media cable network company, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Spain's Telefonica SA and billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc are exploring a combination of their UK operations, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica <TEF.MC> has started negotiations to sell its cellphone towers in Germany for 1.5 billion euros ($1.6 billion), newspaper Expansion reported on Friday.
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