Nokia passes Alcatel-Lucent 95% threshold; Orange Money comes to France

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> Nokia said it expected to pass the 95 per cent ownership threshold of Alcatel-Lucent, which would trigger a public buyout offer and then a squeeze-out of remaining shareholders. Nokia release

> Apple could discover the outcome of an EC investigation into its Irish tax arrangements in July, Irish finance minister Michael Noonan said. Bloomberg report

> Deutsche Telekom discussed an acquisition of web hosting company Host Europe Group with private equity companies. Reuters report

> Orange launched Orange Money in France to enable contact with customers in Africa. Orange release

And finally…App aims to reduce your waste food footprint. BBC News report

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