UPDATE 1-Road toll debacle claims D.Telekom board victim


(Adds detail from statement, background on Toll Collect) FRANKFURT, March 25 (Reuters) - The failed system to charge road tolls on German motorways claimed its most prominent victim on Thursday when Deutsche Telekom said the board member responsible for it would resign because of his role. Deutsche Telekom, which is helping to build the system, said Josef Brauner would resign by the end of April because of his responsibility for the malfunctioning system that pushed Europe's top phone ...

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