Business Watch: the imperfect science of predicting the future

Business Watch: the imperfect science of predicting the future

Dominic White looks back at his predictions for 2012 and gives a brief insight into what he can see happening next year

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Business Watch: O2 and EE tipped to return to the stock market

Business Watch: O2 and EE tipped to return to the stock market

The two operators are being tipped for a floatation, says Dominic White, with staff at both companies possibly on course for share purchase deals

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Business Watch: Verizon Wireless stake saves Vodafone’s bacon

Business Watch: Verizon Wireless stake saves Vodafone’s bacon

Dominic White explains how Vodafone's results would have looked a lot worse had it not been for the performance of its stake in the US operator

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Business Watch: battle begins for control of the UK 4G market

Business Watch: battle begins for control of the UK 4G market

 EE may have got a head start with the launch of 4G in the UK, but as Dominic White notes, the battle lines have only just been drawn

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Business Watch: US spying claims have far-reaching implications

Business Watch: US spying claims have far-reaching implications

Dominic White says the stories around fears involving spying and intrigue will have a major impact on how the handset sector plays out over the next 10 years

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Business Watch: EE must hurry to make most of 4G advantage

Business Watch: EE must hurry to make most of 4G advantage

The decision by Ofcom to trim EE's head start with 4G from a year to six months means the operator must move fast to benefit most from the new technology

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Business Watch: EE bah gum, the UK 4G spat is getting heated

Business Watch: EE bah gum, the UK 4G spat is getting heated

The decision to grant EE permission to roll out its 4G network in the UK is only likely intensify the heat between it and its rivals even further

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Business Watch: Make-or-break time as handset launches loom

Business Watch: Make-or-break time as handset launches loom

It's crunch time for the manufacturers as the wraps are taken off a number of new devices, with Nokia in particular pinning most of its hopes on its new Windows Phone 8 smartphones

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Business Watch: Nothing nowhere for EE rivals after ruling

Business Watch: Nothing nowhere for EE rivals after ruling

Dominic White is expecting rival operators to make a legal challenge but says the ruling provides Orange and T-Mobile with a great opportunity

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Business Watch: HTC struggling to maintain its early promise

Business Watch: HTC struggling to maintain its early promise

As manufacturer warns of third quarter revenue revenue fall of 23 per cent and limited growth in that period, Dominic White reckons more cost cuts will have to be made

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