Telstra has sacked four senior officials in a management shake-up, with chief financial officer Warwick Bray, technology lead Stephen Elop, wholesale chief Will Irving and media unit chief Joe Pollard all given pink slips.
A joint US$500 million (A$675 million) fund for investment in early to late-stage venture technology opportunities in the US, Asia and Australia has been set up by Telstra Ventures and Boston-based private equity firm HarbourVest Partners.
In what is billed a Tasmanian first, Telstra has announced it would "trial the installation of small cell mobile technology on TasNetworks infrastructure to help fill some of Tasmania’s mobile black spots".
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