Vodafone Germany confirmed plans to cut 500 jobs as the company battles to "remain a premium company" in an increasingly hard-fought mobile market.
Struggling vendor DragonWave said it cut its senior management positions by one-third and made changes to its agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks to reduce operating expenses.
T-Mobile USA confirmed job cuts at its headquarters in Bellevue, Wash., after weeks of refusing to acknowledge the cuts, but the carrier did not specify how many jobs have been culled.
Alcatel-Lucent's new CEO Michel Combes is expected to accelerate the company's €1.25 billion cost-cutting plan, which includes 5,500 job cuts, a labour union source told Reuters .
Ericsson could acquire Microsoft's IPTV business within the next few weeks, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited unnamed sources.
Ericsson and STMicroelectronics agreed to shut down their unprofitable ST-Ericsson chipset joint venture and split up its assets, a move that will lead to a net loss of 1,600 jobs.
Google's Motorola Mobility unit is cutting around 1,200 more jobs, or 10 percent of its workforce, as its continues to restructure and find its identity inside the search giant.
T-Mobile USA is preparing to cut jobs at its headquarters in Bellevue, Wash., ahead of its planned merger with flat-rate carrier MetroPCS, according to multiple reports.
A group of House Democrats urged the FCC to ensure that T-Mobile USA will accept measures to protect jobs as a condition of the FCC's approval of T-Mobile's merger with flat-rate player MetroPCS.
Alcatel-Lucent named Michel Combes, a former CEO of Vodafone Europe, as its new CEO, charging him with returning the company to consistent profitability after the tumultuous tenure of Ben Verwaayen, who announced earlier this month he would step down.