Deutsche Telekom (DE:DTEGn) has lost a legal battle to continue offering an all-you-can-watch mobile video product after a court sided with the German regulator, saying it violated European rules on roaming and network neutrality.
.S. futures were slightly higher on Monday, as investors looked ahead to a second-quarter earnings season that starts with the market close to record highs.
China's Huawei Technologies will invest $3.1 billion (£2.4 billion) in Italy over the next three years, the chief executive of the telecoms giant's Italian unit, Thomas Miao, said on Monday.
The dollar was a touch lower against the euro and yuan to start the week in Europe, after slightly better-than-expected economic data out of China eased concerns a little over the global economic slowdown.
Bitcoin rose again on Thursday in Asia and is now above the $11,000 level, as a rollercoaster ride that saw the coin went from $7,888 in mid-June to $13,929.8 just one week ago continued.