Price rises stir memories of 2007/08 food riots, but experts are split on how serious it is
$492m loss put down to slashed value of online advertising business, but there are signs Apple competition is harming profits
US tech giant to eat humble pie by UK judge after losing copyright infringement action
Judge in extradition case steps down over joke to copyright conference suggesting the US is 'the enemy'
MPs call for inquiry after G20 report says oil price is open to 'manipulation' because it relies on honesty of traders
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
But only if the US lifts the freeze on his assets to allow him to pay his lawyers
Olympic gossip: TV Licensing says pay up if your employees watch Games, Beckham gets two jobs at London 2012
Judge rules that Samsung Galaxy Tab does not look too similar to iPad because it is 'not as cool'
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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