Vodafone is the largest mobile telecommunications network company in the world, with equity interests in 25 countries and Partner Networks in a further 40 countries. At 31 March 2007, Vodafone had approximately 206.4 million proportionate customers worldwide.
Share price keeps rising,VOD can shrug most things off
Sounds like the Telegraph got it in for VOD.
Vodafone has been accused of illegally withholding a report on its £6bn takeover of Kabel Deutschland, the Daily Telegraph reported. US hedge fund Elliot said the firm's actions were part of a "pattern of obstructing" efforts by shareholders to uncover the details of the deal and it has now decided to try to extract a premium for the shares compared with what Vodafone paid for the rest of the German cable operator.
Vodafone News story
Vodafone has launched an investigation into its Spanish arm Ono, according to The Telegraph, amid allegations that the cable operator's profits were inflated by tax fraud. The probe is said to be centred around how much senior management knew about the alleged fraud ahead of Vodafone's £6bn acquisition which completed in July.
Vodafone Egypt to raise $560m
CAIRO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Vodafone Egypt, the country's largest mobile carrier, said on Sunday it was negotiating a 4 billion Egyptian pound ($560 million) credit line with a consortium of seven banks. "The company is currently in the process of completion of the signing of a credit facility contract," a spokeswoman said via email. The participating banks are Banque Misr, Commercial International Bank, Bank of Alexandria, HSBC, Barclays Bank, Emirates NBD and QNB Bank. Vodafone Egypt, majority owned by British mobile operator Vodafone, is the leading communications player by customer numbers in the country of 86 million. It is also 45-percent owned by fixed-line telecoms firm Telecom Egypt . The spokeswoman did not say how the cash would be used but Egyptian financial newspaper al-Borsa said it would go towards modernising the company's network and improving services in the face of regular power blackouts. Egypt is facing its worst energy crisis in decades, with low production and high power consumption, resulting in regular power cuts that have hit private companies, particularly in the industrial sector. ($1 = 7.1500 Egyptian pound) (Reporting By Shadi Bushra, editing by David Evans)
21 Oct '14
RE: Sky in talks with Vod, EE &..
I dont really care about talks/etc/rumours, it's the SP that I love to see go up and down, it gives the MM's chance to make big bucks DYOR ATB
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