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WiCipedia: Women in Tech Turn to TikTok to Expose Industry

This week in our WiC roundup: When women don't apply to jobs; the new social media scene spreading the tech word (for better or for worse); the skills women need to get hired; and more.

Nokia sees light at end of 5G tunnel

The Finnish equipment maker hailed good progress on cost cutting and is slowly building up its stock of more profitable 5G products.

Tele2 targets further cuts as sales remain flat

Swedish operator plans another $100 million in cost reductions and says it will remove legacy IT systems and 'double functions' after its Com Hem takeover.

WiCipedia: Silicon Valley's Vanity Problem

This week in our WiC roundup: Melinda Gates makes moves for gender equality; getting highly paid people more money; Silicon Valley's issue with age and imperfection; and more.

Ericsson's New Look: Plenty of Robots, Not Many Jobs

The Swedish equipment maker is making automation investments across the entirety of its operations. In some areas, it may be time for remaining employees to worry.

GSMA to Increase Medical Staff to Combat Coronavirus's Impact at MWC 2020

The annual wireless confab in Barcelona, Spain, typically draws more than 100,000 attendees from around the world, including a large contingent from China.

Ericsson Shares Hit by US Merger Uncertainty, Cost Challenges

Swedish kit vendor says business fundamentals remain strong but warns costs will rise this year.

Vietnam makes big bet on homegrown 5G

The country's biggest telecom operator is set to launch a 5G network based on technology it developed internally.

UK PM is right: Where is Huawei alternative?

Boris Johnson raises an important question about the structure of the telecom industry as the UK comes under Chinese and US pressure over its imminent decision on whether to ban Huawei from Britain's 5G market.

Nokia to cut 180 Finnish jobs in 2020

The giant equipment vendor is cutting 3% of jobs in Finland this year as it tries to restore profitability.

WiCipedia: Flexible Work Priorities, Next-Level VC & Top Women in Tech

This week in our WiCipedia roundup: Flexible work is a must-have for many women; Ada Ventures takes VC to a new level of equal opportunity; Telefónica raises ratio of women on board to 30% (and barely mentions it); and more.

Boingo Hits Hard Times, Lays Off 16% of Workforce

Boingo said it would stop investing in its retail and advertising business units and eliminate 80 positions as part of a cost-cutting restructure.

WiCipedia: Glass Ceiling Justice, Tech on TV & the Dark Ages of Advertising

This week in our WiC roundup: Women take companies to court in droves over unfair pay; TV isn't done with tech parodies; is the glass ceiling getting lower?; and more.

Looking Back at 2019 in India: 5G Miss, AGR, Price Hikes & More

India's telecom sector has witnessed a year of major developments in 5G, pricing, competition and M&A activity.

Telefónica Deutschland makes risky 5G bet on Huawei

German operator will also use Finland's Nokia to build its 5G network and has cut dividends to help fund the project.

AT&T Targets Labor, Wireline Footprint in New Cost-Cutting Effort

'Everything is on the table,' AT&T exec John Stankey says, with former Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow hired as the hatchet man to lead its cost-cutting efforts.

WiCipedia: Cultivating Confidence for Speaking Gigs, 2020 Predictions & Too Many Marks

This week in our WiC roundup: Harlem Capital raises cash for minority founders; female speakers claim their worth; more women will join tech in the new year; and more.

Vodafone UK is emptying its NOCs

The UK service provider has cut hundreds of jobs in operations, with more to go as it rolls out more automated 5G networks.

Orange targets €1B in savings and bigger enterprise role

The French operator has prioritized growth in enterprise, Africa and financial services under its latest five-year plan.

Nokia Naming Former Networks Boss Sari Baldauf as Board Chair

Baldauf will succeed Risto Siilasmaa as Nokia's Board Chair at the company's annual meeting in April.

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