Webwire: Elop signing on fee revealed; Google aids quake victims

Nokia is paying Stephen Elop $6 million (€4.3 million) in signing on bonuses, on top of his €1.05 million base salary.
 
Google has launched a person finder service for victims of a huge earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
 
The Iraqi government aims to raise $2 billion (€1.4 billion) from the auction of a fourth mobile license.
 
Insider sources say Zain has finally accepted an offer for its 25% stake in Zain Saudi Arabia, a sale which will clear the way for Etisalat to acquire control of Zain for $12 billion (€8.6 billion)
 
A judge has cleared the US government to access the Twitter accounts of suspects in its investigation into the leak of diplomatic cables by Wikileaks.
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Bharti Airtel has withdrawn from the bidding to buy out the government's 30% stake in its subsidiary Bharti Hexacom, leaving only one participant left and potentially derailing the sale process.

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