Rollout data from Telstra shows that NBN Co will start installing fibre to selected inner city apartment buildings by the end of September.
It has been revealed that NBN Co’s new CEO Bill Morrow is being paid around $3 million a year. The NBN is exceeding its targets – but they are artificially low.
NBN Co today released a 'good news' statement for a change, saying it had exceeded nearly every major forecast set by the company’s Board of Directors for the first time.
NBN Co announced two big additions to its excutive team today, appointing a former News Corporation CFO to the board alongside a new CTO.
Australia's mixed technology National Broadband Network is rolling out further to the bush, but at a price – The Government will give NBN Co an extra $1.4 billion.
NBN Co has appointed Karina Keisler as head of corporate affairs. She is the second senior management figure to follow Bill Morrow from Vodafone Australia.
NBN Co’s two planned satellites are one aspect of Labor’s NBN that appear untouchable under the new strategic direction. Indeed, there may even be a third.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has already made some sweeping changes to the government-run company but his work has only just begun, after the company reported a $1.117 billion loss with revenue of just $69.8 million for the nine months ended 31 March.
Fresh from making sweeping changes to the NBN Co executive team new CEO Bill Morrow will fight fire with fire and has announced an aggressive fibre-to-the-basement (FTTB) rollout to compete with TPG, which recently announced plans for its own NBN-like service.
Newly installed NBN Co CEO and former Vodafone Ausralia chief Bill Morrow has made some swift and sudden changes to the NBN Co leadership, including making its chief technology officer Gary McLaren redundant.
NewNBN Co CEO Bill Morrow, in the job barely a week, has made his mark on NBN Co by firing three of its most senior executives.
Vodafone Australia lost just 22,000 customers last quarter, almost reversing a disastrous slide that saw it drop over a million customers in a year. But it is still losing ground.
The Government’s NBN Mark II has might be expected, drawn a lot of comments from inside and outside the industry. Reaction varies from disgust to congratulations.
NBN Co releases its Strategic Review today. The biggest news will be the appointment of current head of telco Vodafone Australia, Bill Morrow, as CEO.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia lost more than half a million more customers last quarter. How many more can it lose before things turn around?
Vodafone Australia says it has ‘thrown down the gauntlet’’ to Telstra and Optus by announcing new plans featuring unlimited calls and texts and $5 a day international roaming in the US, UK and NZ.
Vodafone Australia, which has been on the ropes in recent times, has come out fighting with a series of new announcements. The most important is its belated decision to provide 4G services, initially in the five mainland state capitals.
The head of Vodafone Hutchison Australia, Nigel Dews, is to move on to another role in 50 percent shareholder Hutchison Whampoa and been replaced by Bill Morrow.
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