Apple's Paris iPhone launch spoiled by protest; TeliaSonera CEO stakes job on bribery probe

> Apple's Paris launch of its iPhone 5 was disrupted by disgruntled employees and former retailers. Article

> A Swiss bank reportedly froze accounts as part its investigation into possible money laundering involving the recently closed down MTS Uzbekistan. Article

> TeliaSonera CEO Lars Nyberg staked his job on outcome of Uzbekistan bribery allegations. Article

> Swiss consumer groups called for the same roaming tariffs as in the European Union. Article

And finally… Vodafone New Zealand customers got swamped by texts following a TV advert. Article

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