Sunrise elects new chairman; Viettel sets out Myanmar ambitions

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> Viettel said it plans to cover 95 per cent of the Myanmar population with its mobile network within three years. Mizzima article

> Verizon is said to be the leading bidder for Yahoo as others drop out. Wall Street Journal article

> Globalstar has teamed with Manx Telecom to develop a system that will allow users to switch between cellular and mobile satellite networks. Globalstar release

> Sunrise shareholders elected Peter Kurer as chairman of the board for one year and approved a dividend of CHF3.00 (€2.74/$3.10) per registered share for the 2015 financial year. Sunrise announcement

And finally…Powa Technologies: the 'unicorn' firm that failed to fly. BBC News article

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