Apple cuts carbon footprint; Vodafone seeks India tax resolution

> Apple recorded its first decline in carbon footprint since it started monitoring the figure, with a 3 per cent drop between 2012 and 2013. Report

> The share prices of Portugal Telecom and Brazil's Oi have been affected this week by concerns that their merger will be undermined by PT's purchase of short-term debt from the troubled Espirito Santo group. Article

> Carlos Slim bows to regulatory demands and starts the process of breaking up his Mexican empire with plans for huge asset sales. Article

> Vodafone vowed to continue international arbitration to resolve a $2.2 billion (€1.6 billion) tax dispute with India's government. Report

> French regulators will rule on Numericable's purchase of SFR in the third quarter of this year. Article

And finally…Need notification of an imminent missile strike? There's an app for that. Article

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