Google brings EU operations under single roof; Orange faces Jazztel concessions call

> Google merged its European businesses into a single unit headquartered in London to improve regulatory relations. Report

> Facebook must amend terms and conditions that breach German privacy laws, a consumer group said. Article

> Samsung froze domestic employee salaries for 2015 as part of efforts to address falling profits at its mobile business. Report

>BlackBerry's UK user base fell below the 1 million mark, and will decline to under half a million in the next two years. Report

> Altice offered concessions in an effort to gain European Union antitrust approval for a €7.4 billion ($8.3 billion) bid for the Portuguese assets of Brazil's Oi. Article

> Orange is reportedly under pressure to offer concessions to secure EU approval for its €3.4 billion ($3.8 billion) bid for Spain-based Jazztel. Article

> Deutsche Telekom plans to increase dividends over the next four years, following expected sales and profit growth. Article

And finally…Mobile apps are keeping the voices of Holocaust survivors alive. Article

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