Ericsson flags up Greek probe; Lycamobile raided by French police

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> Lycamobile offices were raided by French police on suspicion of money laundering and tax fraud, according to reports. Buzzfeed News article

> Ericsson said Greek authorities have not contacted it directly regarding a probe into an arms deal conducted by its former Microwave Systems business. Ericsson announcement

> Apple appealed a Chinese ruling that some of its iPhone 6 models breach patents owned by domestic vendor Shenzhen Baili. Guardian report

> Google announced plans to open an artificial intelligence research centre in Zurich. BBC News report

And finally…Tesla cars may not always float your boat. Guardian article

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