Telstra Corporation Limited - Corporate Strategies Analysis - 2005

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Last updated: 19 Jun 2006 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 11

Analyst: Paul Budde


This report was archived in July 2007 and was last updated in June 2006. Thanks to its near monopoly, Telstra has been among the most strongly performing telcos in the world. It has attempted to use surplus funds to invest overseas, as well as in Australian media companies, but this has proved to be spectacularly unsuccessful. Telstra decided to focus more on its core business. Although its operating results show increased bottom line revenues, Telstra has not seen continued strong growth and has been forced to begin to re-address its overall strategy in order to more effectively compete in a converging market. This report provides a wide range of analyses in relation to Telstra’s corporate strategies, during 2005. A full analysis of Telstra’s new plans released in November 2005, including massive job cuts is provided.

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