Taking liberties

Above: John Malone, philanthropist, after donating US$42.5 million to Colorado State University for regenerative science research. Photo by William A. Cotton/CSU. BitDepth#1017 for December 01, 2015 The […]

Digicel salutes Barbados FTC decision

Digicel today welcomed the decision of the Barbados Fair Trading Commission (‘FTC’) regarding the application for merger approval filed by Cable and Wireless Communications and Flow/Columbus. […]

Barbados FTC approves CWC merger

On March 27, 2015, Peggy Griffith, CEO of the Barbados Fair Trading Commission, announced the decision of the commission on the merger application between Cable and […]

TATT approval statement on CWC merger

On March 26, 2015, the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago issued the following media release regarding the proposed buyout of Columbus Networks by CWC. Application for change […]

TATT’s tale

BitDepth #980 originally published on March 16, 2015 Last week the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT), issued it’s first statement one the application by […]

TATT statement on CWC-Columbus buyout

The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) received an application by Columbus Communications Trinidad Limited (CCTL) trading as “Flow” and Columbus Networks International (Trinidad) […]

Regulators consider Columbus buyout

BitDepth#967 for December 16, 2014 Over the course of two days, specifically last Wednesday and Thursday, regional telecommunications regulators met at the Cascadia Hotel to consider […]

CWC’s new customer commitments

Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) and Columbus International Inc. (Columbus) today announced a ground-breaking customer charter that will guide how the new company would operate following […]

Digicel rattles sabres on CWC deal

Digicel today called on all regulatory bodies throughout the Caribbean to see through the smokescreen put up by Cable & Wireless/Columbus and subject the proposed transaction […]