Apple eyes ring wearable; Vivendi tipped for further Telecom Italia stake rise

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> Margrethe Vestager, the EC's Competition Commissioner, denied being biased against big-name U.S. companies including Google and Apple. Reuters report

> Apple's next wearable device could be a ring, patent filings showed. Telegraph report

> Altice raised €1.61 billion ($1.8 billion) in a share issue and priced a bond issue to raise $8.6 billion to finance its takeover of U.S.-based Cablevision. Reuters article

> Orange moved closer to a Kenya exit as reports suggest Helios Partners will buy its 70 per cent stake in the local Orange unit. Reuters article

> Vivendi is reportedly making moves to increase its stake in Telecom Italia to 19 per cent from 15.49 per cent. Reuters article

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