LOS ANGELES, May 25- McDonald's Corp has temporarily closed its headquarters for the third year in a row as worker wage protests targeted the fast-food company's annual meeting, it said on Wednesday. McDonald's, based in Oak Brook, Illinois, has encouraged employees to work from home, spokeswoman Lisa McComb said in an email. Workers from McDonald's and other...
Northstream CEO, Bengt Nordstrom says he doesn’t expect telecom players like O2 and Three to “sit still”, but rather look for interest from other firms, following a failed merger deal.
Allison Kirkby, CEO of Tele2, says there is "insatiable" demand for mobile data and the company is seeing strong profit margins as a result of its transition from providing voice communications to data communications.
Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, is confident his company's acquisition of rival EE will go through without problems.
Neale Anderson, telecom & media analyst for Asia-Pacific at HSBC, explains his cautious outlook for China's telecom industry.
Kurt Simon, JPMorgan Chase Head of Technology, discusses the IPO market, the future of telecommunications sector, and the M&A environment.
Vonage CEO Alan Masarek discusses opportunity in small business and the company's customer acquisition strategy.
Malcolm Rodrigues, CEO of MyRepublic, explains how the internet service provider wants to make a difference in Singapore's mobile landscape.
Amir Rozwadowski, Barclays, discusses competition between big names in the telecom sector, data traffic, and impact of the Apple Watch.
Telenor is planning to expand into countries like Malaysia, India and Bangladesh. Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor says he sees "big potential" in this region.
Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor, discusses the company's results and explains why companies like his will see benefits in the future.
Mexican billionaire Ricardo Salinas of Grupo Salinas says fixed rate securities are attractive in Mexico. He also sees a lot of opportunity in the telecom space. "Everybody wants a smartphone," he adds.
Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer is beginning a "no telecommuting" rule in June. Regina Lewis, USA Today contributor and Chuck Wilsker, Telework Coalition president & CEO, share their opinions. "Marissa is not going for balance, she's going for a turnaround," says Lewis.