Nokia cuts over 1,000 jobs in Finland; Tele2 appoints former Vodafone executive

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> In the UK, 2015 was the first year that cash was used for less than half of all payments by consumers. Guardian article

> Nokia is cutting more than a 1,000 jobs in Finland following its acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. Reuters article

> Ericsson said it would develop the Ericsson Emergency Wallet, a mobile financial services solution to support humanitarian organizations and populations affected by disasters or crises. Ericsson release

> Tele2 appointed former Vodafone executive Richard Peers as EVP, chief people and change officer. Tele2 release

And finally...The wearable that can tell how much alcohol you have drunk...TechRadar article

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