Deutsche Telekom names new CFO; Telecom Italia gets a fine for market abuse

> Deutsche Telekom confirmed that Thomas Dannenfeldt will succeed Timotheus Höttges as its new CFO. Article

> A global study by GreenTouch shows how communications networks could reduce energy consumption by 90 per cent by 2020. Release

> Israel's Bezeq reported that first-profit decreased as mobile competition continues to hurt its results. Article

> As it battles with merger and IPO rumours, Telecom Italia was fined for market abuse of its fixed-line network. Article

> Belgium's Mobistar abandoned fixed-line consumer services over regulatory concerns. Article

> Finnish operator DNA is reportedly up for a sale in a deal that could be worth €1 billion. Article

And finally… The latest stats on Internet usage in the UK show that 7 million Brits have never been online. Article

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