Jazztel reports profit growth; Motorola executive takes dig at 'ugly' wearables

> Belgian operator Mobistar said it expects its core profits in 2014 to be between €250 million and €280 million ($341.67million - $382.68 million), as much as 25 per cent down from the €336 million it made in 2013. Article

> Magyar Telekom swung to a small fourth-quarter profit from a loss a year earlier, as revenues improved slightly and operating costs declined. Article

> Spain's Jazztel reported a 9 per cent rise in annual profit to €67.6 million ($92 million), beating analyst forecasts. Article

> Telefónica Czech Republic reported an 11.1 per cent rise in fourth-quarter net profits. Article

And finally…Motorola executive takes a dig at "ugly" wearables, promising a prettier wearable device. Article

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