Vivendi takes Telecom Italia stake beyond 20%; Facebook promises iOS app battery drain fix

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> Vivendi further increased its stake in Telecom Italia to 20.03 per cent. Vivendi release

> Zain Kuwait saw net profits fall 18 per cent to KWD38 million (€113.8 million/$125.5 million) in the third quarter of 2015. Reuters article

> Google's Android contracts remain a major focus for EC Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. Wall Street Journal report

> Facebook pledged to fix a problem that sees its app drain more battery on Apple iOS smartphones than it should. Telegraph article

And finally...Farmers are not reaping benefits of Britain's mobile broadband rollouts. Farmers Weekly article

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