DTEGY - Deutsche Telekom AG

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16.60
-0.14 (-0.81%)
At close: 3:59PM EST
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Previous Close16.74
Open0.00
Bid0.000 x 0
Ask0.000 x 0
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume182,058
Market Cap78.533B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.38
PE Ratio (TTM)17.19
EPS (TTM)0.966
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.77 (4.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target Est20.03
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  • Reuters3 days ago

    IBM, T-Systems to jointly offer mainframe services

    Existing customer contracts will not be affected by the arrangement, which is subject to standard approvals, the spokesman said in an emailed statement to Reuters. "T-Systems will continue to offer mainframe services, but will subsequently provide these services with IBM," he said. A T-Systems spokesman had declined to comment on the financial aspect of the arrangement on Sunday but confirmed that the company was deepening its cooperation with IBM in mainframe services and would operate together from May.

  • How Do Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Returns Compare To Its Industry?
    Simply Wall St.4 days ago

    How Do Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Returns Compare To Its Industry?

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    T-Systems to sell mainframe unit to IBM: Handelsblatt

    Deutsche Telekom's struggling IT services and consulting business T-Systems is selling its mainframe service business to U.S. firm IBM, a newspaper reported on Sunday. The Handelsblatt daily cited an internal memo which said 400 employees in six countries would switch to IBM in May. Tech news site IT-Zoom reported that IBM will pay 860 million euros ($986.16 million)for the business, although T-Systems will not completely exit the mainframe business but offer services in future with IBM.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    T-Systems to sell mainframe unit to IBM -Handelsblatt

    Deutsche Telekom's struggling IT services and consulting business T-Systems is selling its mainframe service business to U.S. firm IBM, a newspaper reported on Sunday. The Handelsblatt daily cited an internal memo which said 400 employees in six countries would switch to IBM in May. Tech news site IT-Zoom reported that IBM will pay 860 million euros ($986.16 million)for the business, although T-Systems will not completely exit the mainframe business but offer services in future with IBM.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom sues German government over 5G auction - Welt

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) has filed a lawsuit against Germany's Federal Network Agency protesting preconditions for participating in a next-generation mobile network frequency auction, ...

  • Deutsche Telekom sues Germany's Federal Network Agency over 5G: Paper
    Reuters17 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom sues Germany's Federal Network Agency over 5G: Paper

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom has filed a lawsuit against Germany's Federal Network Agency protesting the preconditions for participating in a next-generation mobile network frequency auction, ...

  • Vodafone-Liberty Global to Face Thorough Review
    Market Realist23 days ago

    Vodafone-Liberty Global to Face Thorough Review

    On May 9, Vodafone (VOD) announced that it had reached an agreement to purchase Liberty Global (LBTYA) assets in certain European markets. As Reuters has reported, the deal is now set to face a full-scale review after the initial review raised certain antitrust concerns, specifically in Germany and the Czech Republic. German telecom operator Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) is opposed to the idea of Vodafone buying Liberty Global’s assets, claiming it would be bad for competition.

  • T-Mobile, Sprint win U.S. security approvals for merger
    Reuterslast month

    T-Mobile, Sprint win U.S. security approvals for merger

    T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp have won backing for their $26 billion merger from two national security reviews on Monday, clearing key hurdles in their tie-up bid. The deal got a nod from the Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS) in the United States as well as the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security, and Defense Department -collectively referred to as Team Telecom, the companies said. The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint had been expected to get an all clear from CFIUS after sources told Reuters on Friday that the firms' respective foreign owners, Deutsche Telekom AG and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd, had offered to stop using Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] equipment.

  • Reuterslast month

    T-Mobile, Sprint win U.S. security approvals for merger

    T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp have won backing for their $26 billion merger from two national security reviews on Monday, clearing key hurdles in their tie-up bid. The deal got a nod from the Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS) in the United States as well as the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security, and Defense Department -collectively referred to as Team Telecom, the companies said. The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint had been expected to get an all clear from CFIUS after sources told Reuters on Friday that the firms' respective foreign owners, Deutsche Telekom AG and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd, had offered to stop using Huawei Technologies equipment.

  • Simply Wall St.last month

    Is Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Balance Sheet A Threat To Its Future?

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  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei shun clinching U.S. deal - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp believe their foreign owners' offer to stop using Huawei Technologies equipment will help with the United States clearing their $26 billion merger deal, sources said, underscoring the lengths to which Washington has gone to shut out the Chinese company. Like all major U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint do not use Huawei equipment, but their majority owners, Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd, respectively, use some Huawei gear in overseas markets.

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei shun clinching U.S. deal - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp believe their foreign owners' offer to stop using Huawei Technologies equipment will help with the United States clearing their $26 billion merger deal, sources said, underscoring the lengths to which Washington has gone to shut out the Chinese company. Like all major U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint do not use Huawei equipment, but their majority owners, Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd, respectively, use some Huawei gear in overseas markets.

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect their merger to be approved by a U.S. national security panel as early as next week, after their respective parent companies said they would consider curbing their use of equipment from China's Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. U.S. government officials have been pressuring T-Mobile's German majority owner, Deutsche Telekom AG, to stop using Huawei equipment, the sources said, over concerns that Huawei is effectively controlled by the Chinese state and its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could enable cyber espionage, something which Huawei denies.

  • Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources
    Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect their merger to be approved by a U.S. national security panel as early as next week, after their respective parent companies said they would consider curbing their use of equipment from China's Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. U.S. government officials have been pressuring T-Mobile's German majority owner, Deutsche Telekom AG, to stop using Huawei equipment, the sources said, over concerns that Huawei is effectively controlled by the Chinese state and its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could enable cyber espionage, something which Huawei denies.

  • T-Mobile, Sprint expect merger approval by U.S. national security panel as early as next week: Reuters
    CNBClast month

    T-Mobile, Sprint expect merger approval by U.S. national security panel as early as next week: Reuters

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  • Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G

    FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - Huawei faces fresh challenges in Europe after Germany's Deutsche Telekom announced it would review its vendor strategy and Orange said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network in France. The shift by the national market leaders, both partly state owned, follows Huawei's exclusion on national security grounds by some U.S. allies, led by Australia, from building their fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks. U.S. officials have briefed allies that Huawei is ultimately at the beck and call of the Chinese state, while warning that its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could open them up to cyber espionage.

  • Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G

    FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - Huawei [HWT.UL] faces fresh challenges in Europe after Germany's Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) announced it would review its vendor strategy and Orange (ORAN.PA) said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network in France. The shift by the national market leaders, both partly state owned, follows Huawei's exclusion on national security grounds by some U.S. allies, led by Australia, from building their fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks. U.S. officials have briefed allies that Huawei is ultimately at the beck and call of the Chinese state, while warning that its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could open them up to cyber espionage.

  • Air Hockey-Playing Robot Shows How Huawei Haunts T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal
    Bloomberglast month

    Air Hockey-Playing Robot Shows How Huawei Haunts T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal

    The presentation also illustrated the close ties between the companies that are emerging as an issue in T-Mobile US Inc.’s proposed purchase of SoftBank’s Sprint Corp. SoftBank’s network relies on Huawei technology. Critics of the deal say the arrest in Canada of a top Huawei executive shows the Chinese company isn’t to be trusted, and regulators should step up scrutiny of the $26.5 billion merger’s national security implications.

  • Deutsche Telekom to Review Purchases in Wake of Huawei Concern
    Bloomberglast month

    Deutsche Telekom to Review Purchases in Wake of Huawei Concern

    Bonn-based Deutsche Telekom already has a multi-vendor approach, sourcing equipment not just from China’s Huawei, but also from Ericsson AB, Nokia Oyj and Cisco Systems Inc., it said in an emailed response to questions on Thursday. “Nevertheless we are currently re-evaluating our procurement strategy,” the company said.

  • EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third
    Reuterslast month

    EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third

    Europe's second-highest court on Thursday slashed an EU antitrust fine handed down to Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) four years ago by about a third to 19 million euros (17.09 million pounds), saying that EU regulators had erred in calculating the penalty. Deutsche Telekom welcomed the decision but said it was not convinced by all aspects of the judgment and would consider appealing to the European Court of Justice, the highest court in the European Union. Europe's largest telecoms provider and its Slovak Telekom unit were sanctioned by the European Commission in 2014 for squeezing out competitors by charging unfair wholesale prices in Slovakia.

  • EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third
    Reuterslast month

    EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third

    Europe's second-highest court on Thursday slashed an EU antitrust fine handed down to Deutsche Telekom four years ago by about a third to 19 million euros ($21.6 million), saying that EU regulators had erred in calculating the penalty. Deutsche Telekom welcomed the decision but said it was not convinced by all aspects of the judgment and would consider appealing to the European Court of Justice, the highest court in the European Union. Europe's largest telecoms provider and its Slovak Telekom unit were sanctioned by the European Commission in 2014 for squeezing out competitors by charging unfair wholesale prices in Slovakia.

  • Zackslast month

    Vodafone Expects Green Signal from EU on Liberty Global Deal

    The European Commission opens an enquiry into Vodafone's (VOD) deal as EU antitrust regulators think that this may reduce competition in Germany and the Czech Republic.

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  • U.S. Pursued Huawei CFO’s Arrest Despite Risk to Trade Talks With Xi
    Bloomberglast month

    U.S. Pursued Huawei CFO’s Arrest Despite Risk to Trade Talks With Xi

    In China, the detention of the high-profile executive has sparked an intense debate within the government on whether to retaliate against the U.S. or carry on with trade talks, according to seven officials from five different agencies. The arrest of Meng, the daughter of Huawei’s founder and a possible heir to the company, happened around the same time that President Donald Trump was dining with President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires to discuss the trade war between the countries.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Cellwize Gets Deutsche Telekom Backing for Leap to 5G Networks

    The Singapore-based company offers services used by mobile carriers to automate network operation. Cellwize said the new capital will help it to expand its global footprint and to support carriers upgrading to next-generation 5G wireless networks, which promise faster speeds globally. In 2015, Cellwize raised $14.5 million in a Series A round from Carmel Ventures and Vintage Investment Partners.