Liberty Global, CWC talk takeover; Orange Poland may sacrifice dividend for 4G spectrum

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> Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) and Liberty Global confirmed they are in discussions over a bid for CWC. Reuters article

> Saudi Arabia-based Mobily swung to a third-quarter loss of SAR158 million (€38 million/$42.1 million) due to higher expenses. Reuters article

> Orange Poland warned it may cut its 2016 dividend payment because of the high cost it has agreed to pay for new 4G frequencies. Reuters article

> French telecoms regulator Arcep has authorised the participation of Orange, Bouygues Telecom, SFR and Free Mobile in the 700 MHz frequency auction, which is due to start on Nov. 16. Arcep release

And finally...Self-driving cars aren't quite ready for the big time. BBC News article

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