Apple music service probed; TeliaSonera takes stake in Spotify

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> Apple faced an anti-trust probe relating to a newly launched music service. Wall Street Journal report

> TeliaSonera agreed to pay $115 million (€101 million) for a 1.4 per cent stake in music streaming company Spotify. Reuters article

> German Chancellor Angela Merkel said businesses must embrace data collection or risk being left behind in an increasingly digital world. Reuters report

> Greece's OTE is cutting a further 800 jobs under a voluntary redundancy scheme that will cost the company €110 million ($123.5 million) in payouts. Reuters article

> Telecom Italia's mobile tower unit Inwit is interested in buying other tower assets following its listing on the Milan stock exchange. Reuters article

> Governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries agreed to gradually reduce mobile roaming charges within the six-nation bloc. Reuters article

And finally…Smarten up your centuries-old home. The Guardian article

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