News highlights – 23 February

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News highlights for 23 February

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Brits arrest suspect in Deutsche Telekom 2016 cyber attack

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has arrested a suspect in connection with last year’s cyber attack which infected nearly 1 million Deutsche Telekom routers, German federal police said on Thursday. Read more…

Bharti Airtel buys Telenor India unit in response to Jio invasion

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecoms network operator, is buying Norwegian Telenor’s India unit, in yet another consolidation move in the South Asian nation’s telecoms sector driven by upstart rival Jio’s disruptive pricing. Read more…

A bright spot for Twitter – in Brazil

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Twitter Inc has found a bright spot in Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, even as weak advertising sales across the globe have punished the social network’s stock in recent weeks. Read more…

Square posts better than expected quarterly results

(Reuters) – Payments processor Square Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Wednesday, helped by its efforts to offer new services and attract larger customers. Read more…

British and Canadians regulators to make it easier for fintechs

TORONTO (Reuters) – British and Canadian regulators have signed an agreement to make it easier for financial technology companies to expand in each other’s markets, they said on Wednesday. Read more…

Apple Park will open in April, but will take months to transition everyone

(Reuters) – Apple’s sprawling new campus, dubbed “Apple Park,” will open in April, the iPhone maker said on Wednesday. Read more…

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