TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 23 July 2008

GO snatches Melita TV rights purchaser
Charlot Zahra
The move of the person who used to negotiate the TV rights for Melita Cable to arch-rival telecoms operator GO a few months ago has been kept hush-hush by both operators.
Business Today has learnt that Michele Dandria left Melita Cable last year after sixteen years at the company as programming and acquisition manager.

BWA licences may be revoked, MCA warns
Charlot Zahra
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is not excluding suspending or revoking the licences of the broadband wireless access operators (BWA) for not having rolled out their services despite being given a licence to do so three years ago.

Pre-budget document welcomed with caution

The Attractiveness of Malta for Foreign Investments

Nexia International to hold Young Managers Course in Malta

Maltese Associates Attend Henley Management College International Network Meeting

Business Seminar: Seamless Communication and Collaboration for Media Companies

Maltese workers impress Rock VIPs during London Concert

Markets: Dodge Citi

Vodafone Group loses 21 per cent

Oil price drops

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