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EE returns to operating revenue growth in Q2

EE hailed a return to operating revenue growth in the second quarter of 2015, although growth in the UK-based operator's fixed business lifted the overall revenue trend as mobile service revenue continued to slide.

Daimler says self-driving truck test in Germany now weeks away

German auto maker Daimler said it expects to gain approval for tests of self-driving trucks on Germany's motorways "within the next few weeks", executive board member Wolfgang Bernhard told the Sunday edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Altice expands content strategy with NextRadioTV deal

Altice, the acquisitive telecoms group that is building an empire of mobile and cable assets across the globe, is buying NextRadioTV in order to boost its content strategy and add value to its fibre and 4G network offerings.

Vodafone says would invest in separate BT broadband unit

Vodafone joins competition and regulators to break up BT as it also proposes investing in third party operator of Britain's landline network.

Ovum: Telecoms M&A drops from 67 deals in 2007 to 21 in 2014

M&A activity was also higher in 2014 than in 2012, with deals including Hutchison Whampoa's takeover of O2 Ireland in May 2014.

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