Vodafone seeks replacement for Paolo Bertoluzzo; Three UK battles EE over mast sharing losses

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> Vodafone said it is seeking a successor to group chief commercial operations and strategy officer, Paolo Bertoluzzo, who is leaving the company in July. Vodafone release

> Malta-based Go picked Tunisie Telecom as its final preferred bidder for the company, while Batelco confirmed it is no longer in talks to buy the operator. Reuters article

> Three UK launched legal action against EE after claiming it had lost £167 million (€219 million/$244.5 million) in a mobile mast sharing deal. This is Money article

> Volkswagen invested $300 million (€269 million) in Gett, an Israel-headquartered ride sharing company with operations in Russia, the UK and U.S. Wall Street Journal report

> Swisscom vowed to appeal a CHF71.8 million (€64.9 million/$72.4 million) fine levied by Switzerland's Competition Commission covering its marketing of sports content via pay TV. Swisscom announcement

And finally…Cut out the call when booking a hairdresser. Telegraph report

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