Appropriately-named banker famed for private jets and racehorses is 'retired' at 49
Shares fall after the social network warns investors that costs will grow as it builds mobile business
Controversy as bank prepares to pay out £250m despite 'year of shame'
Business travellers and reserved seating boost figures for low-budget Irish airline
Ernst & Young partner tells Cameron it's a company's duty to investors to pay the lowest tax possible
Lattes at dawn: coffee multinational says it may spike £100m investment after PM slams tax avoidance
Executives say the PM's pledge to get 'cowboy firms' to pay more tax will hurt economic recovery
Record labels would offer preferential terms to keep a high street presence for their products
But some Blockbuster stores remain profitable and Deloitte hopes to find purchasers
Few commentators surprised by HMV's plight, but death of record stores is bad news for music lovers
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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