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Mobile phone giant Vodafone Group came under pressure on Thursday from an activist investment group to free up as much as 38 billion pounds ($75.8 billion) from its assets to return to shareholders.
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Shares of U.K. telecom heavyweight Vodafone rose more than 2% Tuesday, as a bigger-than-expected increase in the company's dividend overcame disappointment in full-year operating profit growth and cautious guidance for fiscal 2008 results.
U.S. rural wireless telecoms service provider Alltel is being pursued by at least three groups of private-equity buyers about a potential purchase, the Wall Street Journal said on its Web site on Wednesday.
Verizon Communications reported strong growth in wireless and Internet subscribers in the first quarter, though net profit fell from the sale of a directories unit and South American businesses.
The cost to Vodafone Group of buying a controlling stake in India's Hutchison Essar may turn out to be more than the $11.1 billion the firm agreed to pay, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
Vodafone Group on Wednesday brushed off an Indian newspaper report that government regulators might delay its $11.1 billion planned acquisition of India's fourth-largest mobile phone operator, Hutchison Essar.
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European stocks closed the first session of the new year strong, hitting a six-year high in the first day of trading in 2007.
All the major market indexes finished lower for the day. Volume is likely to be light on Friday ahead of the Christmas holiday.
Denny Strigl, currently the president of Verizon Wireless, a joint venture co-owned with Vodafone, will report directly to the chief executive officer.
Stocks closed higher following mostly positive news about the U.S. economy and gains from several major blue-chip companies.