There have been speculations that HTC Corp. could become a target for takeover. However, given the condition that its market share is slipping and with a gloomy outlook, the smartphone maker from Taiwan could be a risk bet for any purchaser.
Some experts and analysts argue that it would make sense for smartphone makers in China like Lenovo Group, ZTE Corp., or Huawei Technologies Co. to break up HTC to increase its scale. This is most especially for those outside of China as they are transitioning to the high-end market of smartphones, the aspect where they have been focusing for . . . → Read More: Market shares for HTC are cheap, but hard to trade
One of the wireless carriers in USA ,T-Mobile stated Friday that it’s going to remove a total of 1,900 call center jobs in an attempt to cut costs at the striving company.
T-Mobile stated that there will be more restructuring that will come before July to “optimize operations,” though it didn’t particularly state that more job layoffs would extend or take a part.
“These are not easy steps to take, but they are necessary to realize efficiency in order to invest for growth,” according to Philipp Humm, CEO of T-Mobile USA, in a statement.
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AT&T Inc. T+1.23% will carry 5,000 wireless call-center jobs it has outsourced abroad back to the U.S. if it recommended $39 billion deal to purchase Deutsche Telekom AG’s DTEGY- 1.43% t-Mobile USA is accepted by regulators, according to the company .
It would put the jobs after the agreement closes and assured not to slash any more wireless call-center positions. The move is dependent on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and Department of Justice accepting the takeover, Brad Burns, company spokesperson said in an email.
The transporter is pushing its case for the merger . . . → Read More: Acceptance of T-Mobile Bid Means AT&T Bringing 5,000 Jobs to US
Somerset County of Pennsylvania has a chance for enhanced cell phone and broadband service during a union of two companies.
President of Mid-Atlantic States for AT&T, J. Michael Schweder informed that the next four to six years, if the acquirement of T-Mobile is accepted, AT&T must be capable to develop its network to arrive 97% of the population.
The plans to get T-Mobile were announced by AT&T in March, which is owned by Deutsche Telekom, a German company, for $39 billion. Schweder clarified that T-Mobile determined to no longer invest in the American market.
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