Turkeyâs leading telecommunications and technology company Turkcell has joined a select group of international companies that have inspired Harvard Business School case studies.
The case study on Turkcell has recently been published and will initially be taught on the schoolâs MBA program as a part of the required curriculum.
Turkish assets has sunk after a survey showed a contraction in the countryâs manufacturing sector in July, with the index at its lowest in more than five years.
The dolar/lira ratio surpassed 2.15 level in the afternoon trading, touching its highest level in one-and-a-half-month, as the lira continued to slip against the U.S. currency.
Turkcell is known as the crown jewel of the Turkish ICT industry. It is very profitable and it disseminates technology to every corner of the country far better than its rivals.
Financially speaking, Turkcell Group delivered a solid performance in 2013.
So far this summer, thousands of Istanbulites have been treated to blockbuster performances from David Guetta, Justin Timberlake, Bob Dylan, and Metallica. It is now almost mid-season, but for live music fans in the city there is still a lot to look forward to, with Istanbul preparing to host many more world-renowned artists and bands in the coming months.
486 is not the title of a new TV series. It is not the number of a plane that goes to your favorite destination. It is the number of ICT companies listed in Interproâs ICT 500 list for Turkey this year. This means that there are not enough big ICT companies in Turkey to complete the 500. What is the only qualifier to make it to the list?