Telecom Italia shareholder Generali plans early exit; Austria could see new MVNOs in Q4

> Twitter CEO, Dick Costolo, said the company won't replace Ali Rowghani, who resigned as the company's COO but will stay on as an advisor to Costolo. Article

> Google is considering investing £17.8 million (€22 million/$30 million) in space tourism business Virgin Galactic--a deal that would give the search giant access to satellite launch technology. Report

> Generali decided to prematurely exit Telco, kick starting the unravelling of the shareholder pact set up for Telecom Italia. Article

> Etisalat raised $4.3 billion (€3.1 billion) in its first-ever bond sale, which is to provide funding for new acquisition Maroc Telecom. Article

> Austria could see new virtual mobile operators entering the market in the final quarter of this year, according to the regulator. Article

> Deutsche Telekom said it is focused on integrating its recent purchase, GTS Central Europe, in Eastern Europe rather than on further acquisitions in the region. Article

And finally…The latest must-have gadget for any smart home is a cup that can tell what liquid it is filled with, and even how hydrated you are. Article

 

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