The pandemic dominates the local and international ICT markets, and is likely to do so for the foreseeable future.
MTN Uganda agrees to pay $100 million for the renewal of its operating licence that expired in October 2018.
IBM takes Airbnb to court, claiming the illegal use of patents, the latest in a string of suits against online companies involving historic and arguably broad innovations.
Xerox takes its $35 billion bid for HP to the company’s shareholders, with a formal tender offer and a rebuttal to HP’s account of why they couldn’t negotiate a deal.
The company agrees to buy personal finance site Credit Karma in a deal valued at $7.1 billion.
The company will sell its cyber security unit for $2.08 billion to a consortium led by Symphony Technology Group, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board and AlpInvest Partners.
The company has raised its offer for HP to $35 billion.
The Autonomy founder, who is fighting US fraud charges, was arrested in London as authorities pushed forward with his extradition.
Arvind Krishna takes over from Ginni Rometty as CEO of IBM. Rometty has retired, but will stay on as chairman of the company.
The company tops Fortune magazine’s 2020 Most Admired Companies list.
The company reaches the $1 trillion market valuation milestone, joining Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.
With a number of acquisitions, proposed acquisitions and mergers taking place, ’twas the season to fill your trolley.
Paul Booth is an independent commentator who looks for significance in what ICT vendors haven't said.