of TIM Participacoes ( TSU -0.5% ), Telecom Italia's ( TI -0.1% ) Brazilian mobile/wireline unit. The paper states ..... Telefonica's Vivo 28.7%, and America Movil's Claro 24.9%. TI 's own M&A plans could stand in the way of a Vodafone offer
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Telecom Italia (NYSE: TI ) will hold a board meeting next week to discuss its offer to acquire Vivendi's ( OTCPK:VIVHY ) Brazilian broadband unit GVT
topping Telefonica's prior €6.7B offer . Bloomberg has reported Telecom Italia ( TI -1.8% ) is willing to offer up to €7B for GVT. However, TI 's offer is reportedly all-stock, whereas Telefonica is offering both cash and stock
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Telecom Italia (NYSE: TI ) is preparing an offer of as much as €7B ($9.4B) to outbid Telefonica (NYSE: TEF ) for Vivendi's ( OTCPK:VIVHY ) Brazilian
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Telecom Italia's (NYSE: TI ) CEO Marco Patuano is scheduled to meet with Vivendi ( OTCPK:VIVHY ) chairman Vincent Bollore on Wednesday or Thursday to discuss
Bloomberg reports Telecom Italia ( TI +0.9% ) is "pursuing an alliance" with ..... which maintains a sizable stake in TI , offered Vivendi $9B to acquire Brazilian wireline carrier GVT. A TI /Vivendi tie-up could derail Telefonica
Telecom Italia (NYSE: TI ): 1H EBIT of €2.23B vs. €2.01B last year. Revenue of €10.55B (-11.2% Y/Y). Press Release Post your comment!