|Bid||7.59 x 400|
|Ask||7.60 x 100|
|Day's range||7.56 - 7.60|
|52-week range||5.85 - 8.29|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.83|
|Dividend & yield||0.29 (3.83%)|
|1y target est||17.25|
The micro-state of San Marino is set to become the first country in the world to be upgraded to a nationwide 5G network after Telecom Italia said it would use the enclave as a test bed for the new technology. ...
A spat between Rome and Telecom Italia's (TIM) chief executive over the rollout of ultrafast broadband has been resolved, Italian industry minister Carlo Calenda said in an interview published on Saturday. The row had threatened to poison relations between the former state monopoly and the government, prompting TIM's top shareholder Vivendi to ask Chief Executive Flavio Cattaneo to soften his tone, sources close to the matter said. In an interview with Il Sole 24 Ore newspaper, Calenda said he considered Cattaneo, who has cut costs in just over a year at the helm of the indebted firm, "an excellent manager".
The fate of Telecom Italia's (TLIT.MI) chief executive Flavio Cattaneo was unclear on Friday after a report said there were irreconcilable differences between him and the firm's top shareholder Vivendi. Cattaneo, who previously won praise from Vivendi for cutting costs at the indebted Italian firm he has led for just over a year, has been embroiled in a row with Italy's government over rollout of ultrafast broadband. One source close to him told Reuters the CEO had not received any proposal from Vivendi about his position and his departure was not imminent.