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- Vishay's (VSH) New Inductor Boosts Passive Component Offering
Vishay (VSH) introduces the IHXL-1500VZ-51 inductor, which is likely to drive momentum across renewable energy, industrial and telecom
Zacks. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- Ciena (CIEN) Spurs Network Transformation With Several Alliances
Ciena (CIEN) teams up with TekSavvy, Consolidated Communications (CNSL) and Lightstorm Telecom
Ventures to propel network transformation with enhanced capacity on the back of innovative services.
Zacks. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- Uganda turns off all social media amid fears of protests ahead of presidential election
In a sign that Uganda's government is preparing for protests and possible violence in the aftermath of Thursday's national election, the country's telecommunications regulator has blocked all social media platforms and messaging apps.
Sky News. Tuesday, 12 Jan 2021.
- Russian Watchdog Takes First Step Toward Punishing RFE/RL Under 'Foreign Agents' Law
Russia's telecommunications watchdog Roskomnadzor has drawn up its first eight administrative protocols -- all against Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty -- for violating the country's controversial foreign agents law.
Radio Liberty. Tuesday, 12 Jan 2021.
- China's major telcos in Hong Kong take a beating ahead of Trump's investment ban
Stock index giants MSCI and FTSE Russell said they would remove three Chinese telecommunications giants' Hong Kong-traded shares from widely followed indexes.
CNBC. Friday, 8 Jan 2021.
- New York Stock Exchange Changes Mind Again, Will Delist Chinese Telecom Giants
Move highlights confusion over the Trump administration's rules on China
Daily Caller. Wednesday, 6 Jan 2021.
- New York Stock Exchange Pressured to Push Ahead and Delist 3 Chinese Firms
The exchange had said last week it would delist the telecom
companies to comply with a Trump executive order, but it reversed the decision on Monday.
New York Times. Wednesday, 6 Jan 2021.
- The Plot Thickens On NYSE ADR Delisting Reversal As Mainland China Rallies On
The mid-morning announcement that the NYSE would not be delisting the three US-listed Chinese telecom
companies reversed early morning losses as both Hong Kong and China booked gains on strong volume. ...
Forbes. Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021.
- NYSE says it will no longer delist three Chinese telecom giants
The NYSE reversed an announcement four days earlier that it would delist American depositary shares of China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom.
CNBC. Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021.
- Major Chinese Telecom Companies Kicked Off New York Stock Exchange Following Trump Executive Order
'Increasingly exploiting United States capital'
Daily Caller. Monday, 4 Jan 2021.
- New York Stock Exchange delisting 3 Chinese companies under Trump executive order
NEW YORK — Three Chinese companies will be booted off the New York Stock Exchange this month under an executive order signed in November by President Donald Trump. The exchange says China Telecom
Washington Times. Friday, 1 Jan 2021.
- Wall Street to kick out Chinese telecom giants
The New York Stock Exchange will delist the three Chinese companies based on claimed military links.
BBC News. Friday, 1 Jan 2021.
- When Nashville Bombing Hit a Telecom Hub, the Ripples Reached Far Beyond
Investigators are questioning whether the perpetrator specifically targeted the building. The explosion disrupted 911 call centers, hospitals and cell service in several states.
New York Times. Wednesday, 30 Dec 2020.
- Nashville explosion: CCTV captures moment of blast
Police believe the incident in front of a telecommunications office was likely a suicide bombing.
BBC News. Monday, 28 Dec 2020.
- Nashville Flights Halted, Phone And Internet Service Hurt By Explosion That Damaged AT&T Building
The Nashville International Airport said at 4:45 p.m. ET that 'telecommunications issues' persist at some of its terminals.
Forbes. Friday, 25 Dec 2020.
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