Liberty Global makes concessions in Base Belgium bid; Altice to sell Portuguese assets

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> Liberty Global has offered concessions to the European Commission in a bid to secure approval of its planned €1.33 billion ($1.5 billion) offer for Base Belgium. Reuters article

> Altice agreed to sell Cabovisao and ONI in Portugal to Apax France. Altice Release

> Uber Technologies argued the French government is stymieing the so-called 'sharing economy' during a court hearing. Wall Street Journal report

> Tele2 Russia said it will launch mobile services in Moscow on Oct. 22 this year. Tele2 Russia Release

And finally...Smartphones can prove to be a disruptive influence in the classroom. Guardian article

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