Telecom Italia investors worried by Vivendi; Pelephone Q3 net profit falls 45%

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> Telkom South Africa scrapped plans to acquire mobile operator Cell C. Reuters article

> Italian and foreign funds raised concerns over Vivendi's proposal for more members on Telecom Italia's board. Reuters article

> Swisscom said it acted correctly during a 2008 Swiss Post network tender and will appeal a CHF7.9 million (€7.2 million/$7.7 million) fine levied by the Competition Commission. Swisscom release

> Israel-based mobile operator Pelephone's net profit declined 45 per cent year-on-year to ILS55 million (€13 million/$14 million) in the third quarter of 2015. Bezeq announcement

> Adyen, an Amsterdam headquartered mobile and online payment provider, has expanded into Australia. Adyen announcement

> Israel and the Palestinian Authority agree to allow a 3G network in Gaza and the West Bank. Reuters article

And finally...Need to predict where the next famine will take place? There's an app for that. Reuters article

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