Vivendi seeks 4 Telecom Italia board positions; EE CEO sees spike in hack attacks

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> Nigeria pushed back the deadline for South Africa-based MTN to pay a $5.2 billion (€4.8 billion) fine related to unregistered SIM cards. Reuters article

> Vivendi is seeking four seats on the management board of Telecom Italia. Reuters article

> BT Openreach CEO Joe Garner is to leave the fixed network provider to take on the CEO role at Nationwide in 2016. BBC News article

> EE CEO Olaf Swantee said the operator experienced a spike in hack attacks after UK operator TalkTalk's systems were breached. Wired report

And finally...Mobile phone usage in unbanked regions is being used to predict creditworthiness. Bloomberg article

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