Nokia shareholders to vote on Microsoft deal in November; Telecom Italia expands LTE

>  Nokia has announced it will hold a special shareholders meeting to confirm and approve the deal to sell its devices and services unit to Microsoft on Nov. 19, in Espoo, Finland. Release

> 3 UK booked a large tax credit in order to make use of investment losses to cut its tax bills. Article

> Orange Poland's new CEO said he plans to focus on controlling costs while seeking to halt a slide in revenues. Article

> Telecom Italia expanded its LTE services to eight more regions. Article

> América Móvil target KPN has changed its strategy of lavish dividend payments to focus investments increasingly on network development. Article

And finally… Apple's iOS 7 update doubles Internet traffic in the UK and Germany. Article

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