The man with the golden touch.
The shortlist for the 2015 European Diversity Awards has been announced and paved the way for a big business battle at the glittering awards ceremony at London's Natural History Museum next Wednesday (30th September).
Investors continued to be nervous about Greece’s precarious financial situation, with an agreement between the cash-strapped country and its creditors seemingly as far away as ever, despite the deadline for a deal rapidly approaching.
Vodafone has confirmed it is in the early stages of talks about swapping assets with Europe’s largest cable company, Liberty Global, but the British mobile operator said a merger was not on the table.
Vodafone has introduced a mandatory minimum maternity policy that requires all 30 of its globally operating companies to offer at least 16 weeks of fully paid leave to expectant mothers, even in countries like the US that have no paid leave requirements.
Thirty years ago, the son of Vodafone’s former chairman Sir Ernest Harrison secretly ducked out of the family’s New Year’s Eve party.
Convergence has come to our mobile phones, laptops and TV screens – and now it is the turn of Britain’s fragmented communications industry.
TalkTalk has ditched Vodafone is favour of signing a 4G deal with O2's parent company Telefonica.
Vodafone announces it's launching TV and broadband across its existing network in spring 2015.