Euronews: Jan. 12Euronews: Jan. 12
Ericsson eyes Volvo man, TP expects a windfall and T-Mobile UK slashes its monthly data allowance in today's Euro telecom news digest
January 12, 2011
Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC), Telekomunikacja Polska SA and T-Mobile (UK) are the straws in the wind of today's Euro telecom news update.
Leif Johansson, currently the chief executive of Volvo, is being tipped to become the new chairman of Ericsson when he steps down from his role at the car maker later this year, according to The Financial Times. The networks giant is looking for someone to fill the shoes of Michael Treschow, who plans to retire in 2011.
According to the EU Observer, Neelie Kroes, the European Commission 's vice-president for the Digital Agenda, has added her voice to the chorus of disapproval surrounding Hungary's new media law. Among other things, the law requires official registration of all blogs and online forums, which would seem to fly in the face of the whole Internet free-speech-within-reason thang.
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