Vodafone-Ono deal to be approved by July 2; Kakao plans to buy Daum

> Kakao, South Korea's largest mobile messaging service, has agreed to buy Daum to jump-start growth and gain a listing, in a move that would unite two OTT messaging providers. Article

> Saudi Telecom Co. (STC) hired Standard Chartered, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and NCB Capital to market its debut Islamic bond. Article

> EU regulators to decide on Vodafone's deal to buy Ono by July 2. Article

> France's Atos is to buy local rival Bull for €620 million ($845 million) to create the top Europe-based cloud computing company and a major player in cybersecurity. Article

And finally...Tensions mount in London as UK black-cab drivers attack the office of taxi app firm Hailo after it opened its services to private taxis. From road rage to apps rage...? Article

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