Bank faces Wall Street exit after US regulator accuses it of breaching sanctions in 'rogue' dealings with Iran
US broker in talks with private equity firms and big banks as it scrambles to save its life
$492m loss put down to slashed value of online advertising business, but there are signs Apple competition is harming profits
Meanwhile, Leicester City Council announces plans to remove £6m in deposits from under-fire bank
US bank settles claim that it charged Hispanics and blacks higher loan rates, but refuses to admit guilt
Olympic gossip: TV Licensing says pay up if your employees watch Games, Beckham gets two jobs at London 2012
July launch for Android set-top box that will let users surf web and use apps while watching TV
Nokia, Samsung, and HTC will support the new Microsoft operating system which will be released in October
Thousands of people join in racism row on Facebook over controversial new Roundhouse Mid design
Strategic partnership will form one of the world's biggest healthcare retailers.
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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