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With the oil majors developing that area of their business, the British gas company could have many suitors.
News and results from Vodafone, Telefonica Moviles and Cable & Wireless will dominate the scene.
Israel Corp. takes self out of running, which boosts Telefonica's chances.
The two must build an Italian operation from scratch, and a new competitor has entered the market.
Rivals could include Telefonica, while Motorola is on sidelines.
France Telecom's Orange will add to a growing list of mobile-phone companies headed to market.
Common currency continues to fall, defying ECB expectations.
The price tag for UMTS licenses in Europe has telecom operators reeling and worried about credit ratings.
Now that the German UMTS auction is over, the predators are circling again.
Observers say Telefonica and Sonera are in over their heads, increasing their appeal as takeover targets.
The continuing third-generation wireless auction in Germany should make an otherwise languid week interesting.
With bidders for next-generation licenses dropping like flies, telecoms may actually perk up this week.
Investors wonder what kind of news the wireless group will deliver next week.
The state utility Villalonga turned into a successful global enterprise may well be strong enough to survive without him.
Need for consolidation drives corporate mergers in Europe, but the quality of these unions varies.
The right match for the U.K. mobile-phone operator has yet to emerge, but the line of suitors is long.
Deals such as this proposed merger can prove difficult to execute, given the cultural and logistical differences.
This is the first purchase of a large U.S. Web company by a European Internet access provider.
Companies from around the globe see tech firms here as a bargain, of all things.
The Spanish-language Net portal hasn't been sharply focused in its ad-spending efforts.
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