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Mobile phone giant Vodafone was today poised to buy Germany's biggest cable operator in a deal worth £9.1 billion.

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Deal positions the mobile phone giant to become a 'triple play' provider

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Vodafone confirmed approach to Germany's biggest cable company Kabel Deutschland

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In its annual report published today the company revealed it made an operating profit of £294 million.

Vodafone pays no UK corporation tax for second year running despite earning £5 billion in sales

In its annual report published today the company revealed it made an operating profit of £294 million but paid no corporation tax

EE launched their 4G network in late 2012

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A notice on Three's website apologised for the outage

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Dave Hartnett, who resigned as Permanent Secretary for Tax at Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, will work one day a week for Deloitte, the auditor of Vodafone and Starbucks

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The former tax executive criticised for making "sweetheart deals" with multinational companies has been appointed as a specialist adviser for a leading accountancy firm.

Vodafone tells tax critics it more than pays its way

Vodafone hit back over accusations of tax avoidance yesterday, insisting that it made an "absolutely huge" contribution to the UK Treasury, as the British mobile giant unveiled a big slump in annual pre-tax profits.

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Outlook Large companies that spend so much on public relations and marketing, and worry so much about how they appear, don't half make a hash of it when they talk about tax.

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