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NBN defends boss Stephen Rue's $3 million pay packet during pandemic

NBN defends boss Stephen Rue's $3 million pay packet during pandemic

The NBN boss is now the nation's highest paid taxpayer-funded executive, outstripping Australia Post chief Christine Holgate.

  • by Rob Harris and Jennifer Duke

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Telstra boss to lead industry advisory body on cyber security
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Cyber security

Telstra boss to lead industry advisory body on cyber security

Andy Penn will lead a new body advising the federal government as it looks to roll out the nation's $1.66 billion cyber security strategy.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Telstra chairman vows to protect dividend, calls for simpler pay model
Telecommunications

Telstra chairman vows to protect dividend, calls for simpler pay model

Telstra chairman John Mullen has assured frustrated shareholders that it will do everything it can to hold the dividend.

  • by Zoe Samios
Telstra calms fractious shareholders with dividend carrot
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Telecommunications

Telstra calms fractious shareholders with dividend carrot

The telco still has a longer-term problem of how to compensate for damage caused to its earnings by the rollout of the NBN.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Will coronavirus influence the new iPhone? We're about to find out
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Phones

Will coronavirus influence the new iPhone? We're about to find out

When Apple introduces its new iPhones next week, it will do so in socio-economic conditions it could never have predicted when it began development on the devices.

  • by Tim Biggs
Telstra breaks silence over former employee and Claremont killer Bradley Edwards
Claremont killer trial

Telstra breaks silence over former employee and Claremont killer Bradley Edwards

After 30 years Telstra has offered an apology and broken its silence on decisions made in the 90s which contributed to Bradley Edwards staying off police's radar for so long.

  • by Hamish Hastie
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Telstra’s failings and the other missed clues in the Claremont killings investigation
Claremont killer trial

Telstra’s failings and the other missed clues in the Claremont killings investigation

Despite Bradley Edwards attacking a woman while at work, the convicted killer was allowed to keep his job and received a slap on the wrist from the law, keeping him off police's radar when his crimes escalated to rape and murder.

  • by Heather McNeill
Telstra lays down 5G gauntlet for NBN Co with fixed-wireless product
Telecommunications

Telstra lays down 5G gauntlet for NBN Co with fixed-wireless product

Telstra is launching a 5G fixed-wireless product to selectively use its 5G mobile network to steal customers away from the national broadband network.

  • by Supratim Adhikari
Telstra and TPG warn against NBN Co plans
Telecommunications

Telstra and TPG warn against NBN Co plans

Two of Australia's biggest telcos have raised concerns about NBN Co wasting money duplicating fibre networks already serving businesses across the country.

  • by Zoe Samios
Whispir still in the contact tracing race, says boss
Startups

Whispir still in the contact tracing race, says boss

Company founder and CEO Jeromy Wells says the startup's technology will still be used by the Victorian government despite it engaging tech giant Salesforce to reset the system.

  • by Cara Waters
Telstra scores with esports play as Skillz prepares to list
Startups

Telstra scores with esports play as Skillz prepares to list

Telstra's venture capital arm is looking at a big payday as mobile games maker Skillz gears up to land on the New York Stock Exchange at a valuation of $US3.5 billion.

  • by Cara Waters