Etisalat appoints acting CEO; Orange in talks on buying security firm

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> Etisalat appointed Hatem Dowidar as acting CEO after Ahmad Julfar resigned for "personal reasons." Bloomberg article

> Orange entered into exclusive talks with Argos Soditic to acquire Lexsi, a provider of security threat intelligence services. Orange release

> Apple sparked speculation that it will unveil a smaller version of its iPhone at an event on Mar. 21. Reuters report

> Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh-Hyun warned that trading conditions in 2016 would remain tough. Bloomberg report

And finally…With public Wi-Fi, watch out for the man in the middle...Information Age article

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