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Shares jumped 3% after the company announced 2.5 million customers have signed up for BT Sport television

Miranda Hart will undertake a series of 'madcap challenges' for Comic Relief

Miranda Hart to embark on 'madcap' Red Nose Day challenges

TV star Miranda Hart will be attempting a series of "madcap challenges" for Comic Relief.

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 26 February 2013

Kingspan profits buck cool market

Battersea Power Station in London at the launch of EE, Britain’s first 4G mobile network, last November

George Osborne's billion pound drop: 4G auction falls short of Treasury's budget

The Chancellor's plan to reduce the deficit relied on a hefty windfall from the sale of the 4G spectrum. But it hasn't worked out that way. So where does that leave the public finances?

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 19 February 2013

Five-day airline strike hits Spain

Tesco calls up BT executive Olivia Garfield to board

Grocery giant Tesco has hired the boss of BT’s super-fast broadband division on to its board.

Picture’s bright for BT as it gets in tune for TV launch

BT chief executive Ian Livingston slipped into the footballing vernacular today ahead of the group’s launch of its TV and Sports channels in the summer.

Saracens wait to see BT's vision of the future

Saracens are keeping an open mind as they prepare for the visit on Thursday of BT Vision, which will unveil its plans for covering rugby union from the Premiership.

Laura Robson and Heather Watson have hit new heights in the past year

BT strengthen sports profile by agreeing deal to show women's tennis

BT will launch two channels in July and is building its sports profile

Three of the seven are new entrants seeking to snap up some of the 4G airwaves

Chancellor's 4G cash prospects improve as seven bidders sign up

George Osborne's hopes of raising at least £3.5bn from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum got a big boost yesterday when seven telecoms companies were approved as potential bidders by the regulator Ofcom.

Osborne 4G windfall on track as seven bidders get go-ahead

George Osborne’s hopes of raising at least £3.5 billion from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum today got a big boost as seven telecoms firms were approved as potential bidders by regulator Ofcom.

Market Report: Pace still a runner in race for Motorola

Can a Yorkshire firm keep up with the pace in the bidding war for Google's Motorola set-top box business? The official deadline was last night, and Saltaire-based Pace was said to be up against Georgia-based Arris, France's Technicolor and private equity bidders.

Questions of Cash: I've been having a hard time trying to cancel my Norton software payments

Q. Several years ago, I loaded a Norton Security software package onto my laptop. A charge was debited from my credit card annually. Recently, the laptop failed completely. I tried to cancel my payment but Norton's website does not recognise that I have a subscription.

A new government scheme will allow people to use their mobile phones as official official documentation

National 'virtual ID card' scheme set for launch

The Government will later this month announce details of a controversial national identity scheme which will allow people to use their mobile phones and social media profiles as official identification documents for accessing public services.

The YouView service, chaired by Lord Sugar, was dogged by delays but was finally launched in the summer

YouView: Look out Sky Plus! New set-top box mimics Murdoch's TV service – and it costs just £50

TalkTalk and BT will offer the boxes to 10 million customers for a one-off fee

The Business Matrix: Thursday 23 August 2012

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