For our inaugural WiC weekly roundup: Facebook's leaders set good examples; the brogammer fashion debate; Intel's Africa outreach; and more.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sky reveals first-half figures, brings James Murdoch back; Orange offers more APIs; Tele2 bags spectrum in Lithuania.
Israeli LTE chip firm is being acquired for $212 million by Sony, which is planning to expand its IoT components portfolio.
Deloitte's survey of 7,700 Millennials suggests that their motivations and priorities are different from those of their older colleagues, as is their sense of loyalty to their employer.
Profitability improvements at Ericsson do not appear to have assuaged investor concern about its emerging-market and IP networking prospects.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 400G in Cape Town; Orange to sell secure smartphone; Dixons Carphone makes hay in the holidays.
African fiber operator wants to expand its network presence outside its core East African markets.
BT is its flagship trial partner but there are many others, according to the access equipment vendor.
The lies, damned lies and statistics of real open access network operations.
Netflix beats the street as it goes for global reach.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: CityFibre completes on KCOM deal; HBO goes OTT in Spain; Viber gets chatty in Africa and Middle East.
Plans to put the money toward international expansion and R&D.
Alcatel-Lucent has become part of Nokia, spelling the end for two of the giant brands of the legacy telecom era.
French operator says it has sealed deal for Airtel assets just a day after announcing its planned takeover of Cellcom Liberia.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Tele2 gets a loan; new role for Swantee; Ooredoo expands mobile money platform; email snooping.
French incumbent's takeover of Cellcom Liberia will enlarge its growing footprint in West and Central Africa.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: broadband boost for Cameroon; Telenor upgrades in Norway; Vivacom sale approved.
Microblogging giant is taking legal action to quash a fine imposed by Turkey's communications watchdog.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson's latest IoT offerings; Italian government goes it alone on high-speed broadband; Deutsche Telekom's US worker trouble.
The TV industry just went global.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange and Partner split in Israel; new boss for Truphone; Serbian incumbent manages devices with AlcaLu.
The Ultra HD Alliance has published its specification that defines the minimum requirements for what qualifies as ultra HD.
The French telecom operator plans to launch a range of banking services in France in 2017.
The carrier partners with enterprise customers to generate ideas for New IP transformation.