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Gabriel Brown
Gabriel Brown
5/19/2015 | 5:57:35 AM
Re: Too radical
Agreed. I can't see Ofcom mandating structural separation. It is fundamentally a conservative organisation that has the odd radical and progressive moment.

There's a decent piece on BT in the Financial Times (might need a login):

Strategy in action: the reinvention of BT

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b5b2b624-f8bf-11e4-be00-00144feab7de.html

 
iainmorris
iainmorris
5/18/2015 | 12:17:50 PM
Too radical
I suspect structural separation will be too radical a step for Ofcom but it's still a surprise to see the regulatory authority is even considering it as an option. These strategic reviews don't happen very often and so the regulatory authority clearly believes there is a possible need for a major shake-up given some of the moves that are afoot.   


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