Tele2 investor calls for Norway action; Deutsche Telekom waives right to raise Slovak Telekom stake

> Tele2 must solve its problems in Norway, where it missed out on 3G and LTE spectrum in a recent auction, the departing CEO of investor Kinnevik said Friday. Article
> UK supermarket chain Tesco is investigating a data leak that saw login details of around 2,000 online customers posted online. Article
> Deutsche Telekom waived its right to buy a 49 per cent stake in Slovak Telekom held by the country's government, which now plans to float the holding. Article
> Zain Bahrain plans to launch an IPO by the end of June, after missing out on a previous flotation opportunity in late 2013. Article
> T-HT, Croatia's largest telecom operator, blamed a weak economy and regulatory changes for a 15 per cent fall in net profit in 2013. Article
> South African regulator ICASA is putting planned cuts to interconnection rates on hold for two months, after operator MTN launched a legal challenge to the move. Article
And finally…A picture of people in Somalia trying to get a signal on their mobile phones taken by US photo journalist John Stanmeyer has won the top prize in the annual World Press Photo awards. Article


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