The nation's biggest telco Telstra today announced its long-time chief financial officer John Stanhope would retire at the end of this year, putting paid to a career with the company of more than 40 years.
Telstra chief executive David Thodey has again embarked on a major restructuring effort within Telstra, representing the latest in half a dozen such initiatives since the executive took Telstra's reins in mid-2009.
Telstra CEO, David Thodey, has announced a major restructuring of the company in move designed to "sharpen the company's focus on customers and position Telstra for industry changes including the National Broadband Network."
My company uses a wide-area Telstra private network. This is Australia's largest telecommunications carrier but maybe they don't visit their own site. As far as I can tell, Telstra's DNS server is not giving out any addresses for telstra.com – but differing Telstra departments say it's not their problem.
Telstra chief executive David Thodey has maintained a clause in his company's $11 billion contract with Telstra and the Federal Government unveiled yesterday would have negligible impact on Telstra's business, despite other company leaders having slammed the clause as being anti-competitive.
The controversial clause in Telstra's National Broadband Network agreement prohibiting the telco from promoting its wireless solutions as a direct alternative to the NBN's fibre continues to draw interest, despite protestations from Telstra chief executive David Thodey that the clause would only have a minor impact on his company's operations.
Telstra has released a range of mobile plans saying they "follow the creation last month of Telstra Digital, a new business unit to expand expand Telstra's online self-service offerings."Telstra announced in February that it would create a new online customer service unit within Telstra Consumer that will "design and operate online self-service platforms that give customers the option of performin