News Headlines - 24 June 2013

Snowden fails to board Cuba flight - FT.com

Edward Snowden, the former US intelligence analyst who has admitted disclosing details of US secret surveillance programmes, did not board the flight he had been expected to take to Cuba on Monday.

Telefonica sells O2 Ireland to Hutchison's 3 for $1 billion | Reuters

Indebted Spanish group Telefonica has agreed to sell its O2 Ireland mobile business for at least 780 million euros ($1 billion) in cash to Hutchison Whampoa's local unit 3 Ireland, it was announced on Monday.

BBC News - Serious tax evasion reports fall to five-year low

Cases of serious tax evasion reported by local tax offices are at their lowest level in the last five years, according to law firm Pinsent Masons.

BBC News - Nelson Mandela's still critical in hospital, says Zuma

Former South African President Nelson Mandela remains in a critical condition in hospital, President Jacob Zuma says.

Google faces FTC antitrust investigation following Waze acquisition - The Independent

The $1.1bn acquisition of Israeli-based map app Waze by search giant Google will be the subject of an antitrust investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC).








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