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  • QuartzAmid the H-1B trauma, a bill proposes bringing Indian call-centre jobs back to the USQuartzAt a time when Indian techies are living the nightmare of the Donald Trump administration's clampdown on H-1B work visas, another set of professionals, call-centre workers, now face the threat of rising protectionism in the US. On March 14, US senator ...and more »

  • NasdaqVodafone Launches International Future Jobs ProgrammeNasdaq( - British telecom giant Vodafone Group Plc (VOD.L, VOD) announced the launch of a ground-breaking international future jobs programme "What will you be?" to provide career guidance and access to training content in the digital economy for ...Vodafone to train 10 m people across 18 countries by 2022Business Lineall 17 news articles »

  • Blackpool GazetteEnd of the line for Blackpool's phone boxes?Blackpool GazetteNow he is calling on Blackpool Council to take an official stance on the issue by asking for pressure to be put on BT to review its criteria for the removal of some phone boxes. Coun Humphreys has submitted a notice of motion to tomorrow's meeting of ...

  • Ipswich Star'An extraordinary man whose legacy will live on' – Professor Stephen Hawking dies at 76Ipswich StarAt the same time, he embraced popular culture with enthusiasm and humour, appearing in The Simpsons and Star Trek, and providing the voice-over for a British Telecom commercial that was later sampled on rock band Pink Floyd's The Division Bell album ...Physicist Stephen Hawking Has Died at 76Slate MagazineFamed Physicist Stephen Hawking, Who Unlocked The Cosmos, Dead At 76RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyStephen Hawking obituary: Genius who defied paralysing illness to become unlikely celebrityEvening StandardDaily Post North Walesall 2,347 news articles »

  • Economic TimesTrai Chief hits back at telcos; says allegations of bias uncalled forEconomic TimesHis comments came just days after British telecom giant Vodafone termed Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai's) new rule on predatory pricing as "unfair", and said the company was fighting the competition "with hands tied at the back". Sunil ...TRAI chief RS Sharma slams telecom operators, says allegations of ...Firstpostall 15 news articles »

  • BT.comThe GPO, Tommy Flowers and Bletchley Park and Collossus | BTBT.comEveryone knows about Turing and the Bletchley Park codebreakers, but what about the GPO hero who designed Colossus? We celebrate the work of Tommy Flowers.and more »

  • Economic TimesView: On telecom front, let the market determine the tariffEconomic TimesBritish telecom regulator, Ofcom, withdrew RPC in 2006 as it observed that retail price regulation can have a negative impact on the wider market (e.g., restricting tariff innovation). As per the new guidance, if the tariff is adjudged predatory, the ...and more »

  • The TribuneBritish Telecom recruits three students of Baba Farid CollegeThe TribuneBritish Telecom has hired three graduate students from Baba Farid Group of Institutions at a recently conducted campus placement drive. Students of various streams of the college participated in the placement drive of British Telecom. BT Group plc ...

  • Irish TimesBT Ireland field engineers to go on strike for six days in MarchIrish TimesField engineers working for BT Ireland are to go on strike for several days next month in a dispute over collective bargaining and a planned redundancy programme. The Communications Workers Union (CWU) said the field engineers at BT Ireland would take ...

  • HeraldScotlandBT told to share poles for ultrafast fibre internet - BBC NewsBBC NewsBT must make it easier for rival internet providers to use its telegraph poles, telecoms regulator Ofcom says. Ofcom has published a list of new measures to make it cheaper for companies to install ultrafast full fibre broadband infrastructure ...News & media - BT PlcBT PlcTalkTalk Telecom Group share price, latest news and opinion | City A.M.City AMall 48 news articles »


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