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The Sports Personality of the Year is?

Team GB Olympic Cycling

Remember when Manchester United's Ryan Giggs won the award in 2009 pretty much because of the dearth of competition? That won't be happening this year. Paul Moore says the whole of Team GB should win the award.

BlackRock Fined £9.5m For Client Money Breaches

FSA Logo

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited (BIM) £9,533,100 for failing to protect client money adequately by not putting trust letters in place for certain money market deposits, and for failing to take reasonable care to organise and control its affairs responsibly in relation to the identification and protection of client money.

Mark Zuckerberg Calls Facebook's Stock Market Debut 'Disappointing'

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg has called Facebook's stock market debut disappointing but said the company was set to bounce back. "Some days are hard, some days kick ass," the firm's billionaire co-founder told an audience at TechCrunch's Disrupt conference in San Francisco in his first interview since the company's disastrous initial public offering in May.

The Man Who Got $100m After Two Years in Prison

Bradley Birkenfeld Still

Bradley Birkenfeld, the former UBS banker who went to prison after telling the Internal Revenue Service how the bank helped thousands of Americans evade taxes, secured a whistle-blower award of $104 million, the largest individual federal payout in U.S. history.

England 1-1 Ukraine: Player ratings from Wembley

Wembley England 2

England played out a hard fought draw with Ukraine at an alarmingly subdued Wembley Stadium with Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard scoring the equaliser from the penalty spot after Ukraine had taken the lead with a rasping drive.