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  1. FILE PHOTO - A pedestrian holding a mobile phone walks past a logo of SoftBank Corp in front of its

    SoftBank to shun Huawei in favor of Ericsson, Nokia equipment: Nikkei

    SoftBank Group Corp plans to replace 4G network equipment from China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd with hardware from Nokia and Ericsson, Nikkei ...
  2. The exterior of an Ericsson building is seen in Stockholm

    Ericsson sees 5G subscriptions hitting 1.5 billion in 2024

  3. The BMW logo is seen on the second press day of the Paris auto show, in Paris, France

    BMW, Vodafone, Ericsson urge EU to consider 5G car standard

    BMW, Vodafone and Ericsson made a last-ditch effort on Wednesday to persuade the European Commission to open the way for the use of 5G technology ...
  4. Ericsson Chief Executive Officer Borje Ekholm holds a news conference during the Mobile World Congr

    Ericsson doesn't see sales lift after security concerns hit Chinese rivals

    Telecom networks equipment maker Ericsson said on Wednesday security concerns about its Chinese rivals and wider trade tensions had not ...
  5. Formula One: United States Grand Prix

    Ericsson to switch from F1 to IndyCar

    Swedish Formula One driver Marcus Ericsson will switch to the U.S. IndyCar series in 2019 with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) while continuing ...
  6. Ericsson's employees stand inside their booth at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Ericsson has dismissed 50 employees following US corruption probe

    Mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson said on Thursday that it has dismissed 50 people over a U.S. corruption probe it warned could lead to a ...
  7. Formula One F1 - Australian Grand Prix

    Dropped Ericsson hopes he can still come back

    Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson, who will be replaced at Sauber next season, continued to hope on Thursday for an eventual Formula One comeback.
  8. FILE PHOTO - A sign for a T-Mobile store is seen in Manhattan, New York

    Ericsson inks US$3.5 billion 5G deal with T-Mobile US

    Mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson said on Tuesday it had signed a US$3.5 billion multi-year deal to support T-Mobile US' 5G network deployment, ...