Orange CEO denies finance charge; Russia threatens social media blocks

> Zimbabwe-based Econet Wireless said revenue from data and mobile money services surged 56 per cent to $164 million (€147 million) in the year to February 2015. Article

> The investment arm of Rwanda's ruling party is selling its 20 per cent stake in MTN Rwandacell in an initial public offering that aims to raise about RWF28 billion (€36 million/$41 million). Article

> Orange CEO Stephane Richard denied any wrongdoing after he was placed under formal investigation over allegations of complicity in the misuse of public funds in a long-running legal case. Article

> Google, Facebook and Twitter face blocks in Russia for breaching the country's web laws. Report

> Lenovo's net profit fell 37 per cent year-on-year to $100 million (€89.5 million) in the opening quarter of 2015. Report

> Cambridge Wireless (CW), a global community for wireless and mobile companies, elected Stephen Unger, Ofcom group director and board member, and Orbitil CEO Graham Pink to its board. Announcement

And finally…Breaking up is no longer hard to do. Article

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