TeliaSonera reports positive Q3; Huawei sees no quick fix for U.S. problems

> TeliaSonera reported third-quarter profit above expectations due to cost cuts and an increased focus on data pricing. Article

> Huawei said it may take a decade to resolve the cybersecurity concerns that restrict its access to the U.S. market. Article

> Kazakhstan's largest mobile operator, KCell, said its net profit for January-September fell 2 per cent from the same period a year earlier to $293 million (€214 million). Article

> Bharti Airtel said it had bought out Qualcomm's stake in a 4G broadband joint venture in the country earlier than planned. Article

And finally… Could patent wars be over? Samsung Electronics said it will stop taking rivals to court over certain patent infringements for the next five years. Article

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