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Toilet Trouble

The Daily Mail has reported that Norwegian trade union Parat has been doing some investigations into how Norway's companies monitor the amount of time employees take in the toilet during work time.

Top Firm's Stock Gets Hit On WikiLeaks Speculation

The Wall Street Journal reports that Bank of America's stock fell 3.18% Tuesday on speculation that it is likely to be WikiLeaks' next target, as the website's founder, Julian Assange, has told Forbes that a 'major American bank' is next in the firing line.

Asset Management & Hedge Fund News

The Financial Times reports that Henderson Global Investors is 'weighing up' a bid for Gartmore, although Aberdeen Asset Management has said that it's unlikely to be a bidder for the business.