[Sydney Morning Herald] - Telstra chief executive David Thodey said on Tuesday the ACCC's tick of approval was a significant milestone for the company, leaving only a number of largely procedural matters to come before a final sign off. These included NBN Co shareholder
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Chief executive David Thodey said the ''revised [undertaking] came after multiple rounds of public consultation and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission had publicly indicated Telstra had adequately responded to the issues raised''.
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Telstra chief David Thodey said the revised document did not constitute a material change and did not need another shareholder vote. He did not comment on capital management, but recently said it was a ''constant topic'' on the Telstra board's agenda.
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Chief executive David Thodey says the ''revised [undertaking] came after multiple rounds of public consultation and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission had publicly indicated Telstra had adequately responded to the issues raised''.
[The Australian] - Telstra reprieve TELSTRA chief David Thodey is likely to discover early next week that Communications Minister Stephen Conroy will formally take the gun from his head -- the threat of bans on the company participating in the coming wireless spectrum
[Ninemsn] - David Thodey and his team are doing a good job of turning Telstra into a consumer-facing retail company, completing the move away from decades of what was essentially infrastructure provision. The worst of Telstra's corporate performance – and share
[The Australian] - The gun to Telstra chief David Thodey's head, which helped him decide to agree to a massive increase in regulation supporting the NBN, is still there. Conroy must formally exempt the company from potential bans on participating in coming wireless
[Technology Spectator] - That means Telstra is still has billions headed its way and the telco's shareholders will no doubt be more interested in whether David Thodey & Co plan to give them a piece of the billions rather than the politicking in Canberra.
[Register] - By Richard Chirgwin • Get more from this author Telstra CEO David Thodey has told journalists and analysts that the telecommunications industry “needs clarity” following the Federal Court decision which clearly and simply said “Optus TV Now is legal”.
In May 2011, for example, Telstra chief executive David Thodey said he did not believe Telstra would launch an Internet telephony product soon, stating that although the technology had been in place for half a decade now, “we don't think the ...