BT profits surge 43% – 35,000 people have lost their jobs

BT profits surge 43% to £781m (half year). BT’s recovery under its chief executive Ian Livingston gathered speed today with half-year profits surging 43% to £781m after another round of cost-cutting. The shares hit an annual high of 168.5p, up 5.7%. Across BT as a whole more than 35,000 people have lost their jobs . . . → Read More: BT profits surge 43% – 35,000 people have lost their jobs

Residents pack into new homes meeting

EADT coverage of Suffolk Coast Council meeting;

DEFIANT residents packed a meeting to discuss plans to build 2,000 new homes on the edge of BT’s Adastral Park complex at Martlesham….Read More.

Suffolk to be 'hit badly' by BT job cuts

EADT article about BT.

BT workers at Adastral Park will be “hit badly” by job cuts in a major blow to the Suffolk economy, a union boss has warned….Read More.