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Ok, Marissa... - Business Insider
"Mayer is dealing with a challenging environment. But she hasn''t done herself many favors."
Accused British ''flash crash'' trader fights extradition to U.S. | Reuters
Foster Denovo sheds 15% of advisers in a year as four more partners quit | News | Money Marketing
"Foster Denovo has seen a string of high profile exits in recent months."
Why Sony is struggling to find growth path | ABS-CBN News
"Sony Corp. has unveiled its latest multiyear business plan, including spinning off its 36-year-old Walkman portable music player unit to cut costs, but it is unclear whether the reforms will be enough to secure growth."
HSBC Issues Apology Over Banking Standards
"The group chief executive of HSBC says the bank "must show we understand that the societies we serve expect more from us"."
Ex-HSBC boss Stephen Green: the ethical banker with questions to answer | Business | The Guardian
"Former HSBC chairman and government minister under pressure to explain what he knew about Swiss banking misconduct"
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Get Ready for Corporate Sukuk Boom After Sovereign Rush - Bloomberg Business
BBC News - Apple posts the biggest quarterly profit in history
"Record sales of iPhones help Apple to report a first quarter profit of $18bn, the biggest ever quarterly profit for a public company."
Lyoness: scam or straight?
"The controversial loyalty program is being investigated by the ACCC for being a pyramid scheme."
Business News Headlines
Government borrowing falls to £6.8bn
Cost of rent 'up 4.6% in a year'
UK job quality stalls for first time
Nationwide's profits rise 54% to £1bn
Ecclestone challenges £1bn tax move
Watchdog investigates lubricant deal
Mazda and Mitsubishi recall more cars
Costa owner appoints female boss
Vodafone leads FTSE 100 higher
Rail unions call off national strike
Mexico compensates China rail firm
Tesco to cut sugar in soft drinks
Will London's mayor put the brakes on Uber?
South Korea 'nut rage' woman freed
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VIDEO: The Narendra Modi village coach trip
VIDEO: Value of S Korea's education system
VIDEO: Is cash no longer king?
VIDEO: How to measure feet with an iPad
VIDEO: Bank fine has worldwide implications
VIDEO: HK exchange seeks ties with Shenzhen
VIDEO: Osborne warning to 'sleepwalking' EU
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Mexico's car industry revs up