World's coolest company has been caught using some very uncool avoidance tactics
Latest addition to New York's skyline will be tallest in the US although, skyscraper purists might beg to differ
Fall in profits and revenues a 'disaster', raising question: has Facebook waited too long to float ?
The US government says Apple colluded with publishers over pricing, but they might have done readers a favour
Spanish and Italian bonds, US unemployment and Greek elections are making investors nervous
Social network giant saw a potential future competitor in fast-growing photo-sharing app
Offer to buy troubled cosmetics company Avon Products dismissed as 'opportunistic'
Wall Street bank investigates whether its staff has been calling clients 'muppets'
New York fraudster says it is 'hard to imagine all the ills and corruption that exist on Wall Street'
Rumours abound as CEO Tim Cook announces that Apple has 'more than we need to run the company'
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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