Ono chairman plans to quit; Deutsche Telekom, Telenor reportedly eye Slovenia Telekom

> Ono chairman Jose Maria Castellano is reportedly planning to step down after Vodafone reached a deal to buy the Spanish broadband operator. Article

> Orange said it might consider bringing in new partners to revitalise its Ugandan and Kenyan businesses. Article

> French telecoms regulator Arcep regains its teeth after its power to impose sanctions is restored. Release

> Deutsche Telekom and Telenor could be interested in Slovenia Telekom, which is likely to be privatised by the end of this year. Article

> Telecom Italia shareholder Telco is reportedly planning to propose Giuseppe Recchi, current chairman of Eni, as the new chairman for the Italian group. Article

And finally…Orange is facing a serious personnel issue in France: around 10 of its employees in France have committed suicide so far in 2014, said the Observatory for Stress and Forced Mobility. Article

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