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TelecomDirect News Daily Update - September 05, 2006

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Tue, 5 Sep 2006 11:58:00 EDT

PricewaterhouseCoopers Presents
The TelecomDirect News Daily Update
For September 05, 2006

Fast-Growing Private Companies Hint At Changing Business Climate

CEOs of the nation's fastest-growing private companies may be
signaling a change in the business climate. They are increasingly
concerned about weak market demand, runaway energy costs, and
escalating interest rates. And their optimism about the economy
is ...

Mobile Navigation Finds its Way

Location-based services (LBS) for consumers using cell phones
have been around for years, but, so far, they haven't generated a
great deal of attention. Some analysts think that's changing,
though, as networks and phones align with GPS ...

Sony Says Mylo

Readers of a certain age will recall long days and nights spent
with their trusty transistor radio. Somewhat younger readers will
remember being inseparable from their Walkman. Time marches on,
and Sony is now trying to get a today's teens and young adults
hooked on a device that's designed to serve as all-in-one
communications ...

Vodafone Names New Europe CEO

Mobile giant Vodafone has appointed Vittorio Colao as the new
chief executive of Vodafone Europe and new deputy chief executive
of Vodafone Group. Colao replaces Bill Morrow, who resigned
recently as chief executive for Europe. Colao was formerly chief
executive of Vodafone Italy with oversight responsibilities for
southern Europe, the ...

Operators Submit Bids for 3G Licences in Slovenia, Romania

Slovenian mobile players Mobitel and Si.mobil and telecoms
provider T-2 have entered the race for three 3G licences on offer
in Slovenia, creating the potential for a third mobile operator
in the country by year-end 2006. Mobitel-the mobile unit of
Slovenia's state-owned Telekom Slovenije-is competing against, a Telekom ...

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