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Ericsson is to set up a 16,000 sq ft broadcast and media services facility for 25 staff at MediaCityUK in Salford early next year, with the transfer of ten jobs from London.
Ericsson is to acquire Red Bee Media, the broadcast services firm with 1,500 staff in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Australia.
Ericsson is to relocate 168 jobs from its telecoms factory in Nottingham to Coventry, while the remaining 147 staff will be offered other work or redundancy.
Ericsson is to relocate 60 jobs from Nottingham to a new £60m research and development site that will employ up to 600 staff at Ansty in the West Midlands from 2009.
Ericsson is looking to relocate 2,000 former Marconi staff from Coventry within two years, and is considering office schemes of up to 200,000 sq ft in Loughborough and Ansty.
Ericsson is to relocate a corporate office from Burgess Hill to Guildford later this year, which will affect up to 370 staff.
Ericsson is looking to sell its St James's Square head office in London, in order to relocate the staff to an office in Wigmore Street.
Ericsson is planning a £10m expansion of its telecoms components business in Scunthorpe, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Ericsson, the Swedish telecoms group, is said to be preparing to move its head office to St James's Square, London, to escape Swedish taxes.
Ericsson, the Swedish telecoms company, is considering plans to move head office functions to London as high taxes in Sweden are preventing it from recruiting top managers.
Ericsson, the Swedish mobile phone company, is moving its Business Unit Transport & Cable Networks business from Stockholm to Horsham, West Sussex.
Ericsson is buying out Vodafone's share of Orbitel Mobile Communications, their mobile equipment manufacturing joint venture, for undisclosed terms.