LONDON, Sept 22 - Britain's biggest mobile operator EE has agreed to buy 58 stores from retailer Phones 4u for 2.5 million pounds ($4 million), after the retailer was placed in administration a week ago.
DETROIT, Sept 22 - A federal bankruptcy judge on Monday heard testimony from low-income families in Detroit who say they suffered hardships when the city cut off their water with no warning and are suing to prevent such shutoffs from happening again.
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Sept 22 - The foreign-owned operator of a northern Indiana toll road filed for bankruptcy on Sunday as traffic fell short of the projections that underpinned the 2006 groundbreaking deal to privatize the highway.
* Phones 4u administrators can confirm that a deal has been agreed with EE which will see mobile network firm pay £2,500,000 to acquire 58 Phones 4U Limited stores
LONDON, Sept 22 - Britain's biggest mobile operator EE said on Monday it had agreed to buy 58 stores from retailer Phones 4u, which was placed in administration a week ago.
Sept 22 - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
(Adds Dixons Carphone also in talks for some Phones 4u stores)
DUBAI, Sept 21 - The first shareholder meeting of Dubai mortgage lender Amlak Finance in more than six years was postponed on Sunday after too few shareholders attended for it be recognised as valid.
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