Altice expands funding options for Portugal bid; Amazon faces EU probe into tax affairs

> Altice expanded its funding options to cover an increased bid for the Portuguese assets of Brazilian operator Oi. Article

> UK Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama agreed to conduct war games to prepare for cyber attacks. Report

> Amazon faced a European Union probe into its tax arrangements in Luxembourg, after anti-trust regulators ruled a 2003 deal amounted to state aid. Article

> BlackBerry's share price took a hit after the company denied it is discussing a takeover bid by Samsung. Report

> Intel's mobile chipset division generated an operating loss of $4.2 billion (€3.6 billion) in 2014. Report

And finally…Women can cut their stress levels by sharing just two pictures a day on their mobile phone. Article

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