The mother of all telecom trade shows has just unveiled details of a health-and-safety plan that will either encourage or deter attendees.
The German incumbent is weighing options for its infrastructure while the region's powerbrokers continue to advance.
Worth $370 billion in 2006, Spain's biggest telecom operator is valued at just $25 billion today.
The Italian operator's latest strategic plan is probably not going to be a major restorative for a company that seems in perpetual decline.
One study's winner is another's laggard, possibly because researchers cannot agree on what constitutes an essential patent.