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07 February 2013
Alcatel-Lucent chief Ben Verwaayen is to step down in May after failing to improve the company’s performance.
The decision was made during a board meeting on Wednesday ahead of the publication of Alcatel’s financial results. The ailing equipment maker made a net loss of €1.2 billion in the last three months of 2012. Philippe Camus, chairman of the Alcatel-Lucent Board, said...
Alcatel-Lucent today announced it has suffered a €353 million net loss for Q1, 2013.
Middle East operator du has today announced it has selected Alcatel-Lucent to build the second phase of its 100G optical network throughout UAE.
Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO at Huawei Technologies, has spoken to the media in defence of the company's position in US cyber security.
Liberty Global has selected Tom Mockridge as CEO of its proposed acquisition of Virgin Media.
Telefónica España has claimed its network is the first to successfully trial 100, 200 and 400Gbps over an optical network using Alcatel-Lucent technology.
Level 3 Communications today announced that Jeff Storey has replaced James Crowe as president and CEO at the company, effective immediately.
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