1. MTN scraps interim dividend as leaving CEO announces UK job  BusinessTech
  2. Outgoing MTN CEO Rob Shuter to join BT Group  TechCentral
  3. MTN’s Rob Shuter appointed CEO of BT Enterprise  Business Day
  4. MTN CEO Rob Shuter heads to UK's BT Group  ITWeb
  5. MTN scraps interim dividend  TechCentral
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Mobile operator MTN said in a trading statement for the six-month period ended June 2020, that it expects to report growth in headline earnings per share (HEPS)…Mobile operator MTN said in a trading statement for the six-month period ended June 2020, that it expects to report growth in headline earnings per share (HEPS) of between 115% and 125% – or 224 cents to 244 cents.

MTN scraps interim dividend as leaving CEO announces UK job

As Shuter moves to the UK, the new MTN Group CEO is expected to be announced in the next four to eight weeksAs Shuter moves to the UK, the new MTN Group CEO is expected to be announced in the next four to eight weeks

MTN’s Rob Shuter appointed CEO of BT Enterprise

The outgoing MTN boss is expected to join the British telecoms company as CEO of the group’s enterprise unit by the end of the 2020/21 financial year.The outgoing MTN boss is expected to join the British telecoms company as CEO of the group’s enterprise unit by the end of the 2020/21 financial year.

MTN CEO Rob Shuter heads to UK’s BT Group | ITWeb