Antitrust regulators at the European Commission and the US Federal Trade Commission should either sue Google or drop their cases against the search giant, its executive chairman Eric Schmidt suggests.
Barack Obama has rejected the latest proposal from Republican leaders on how to avoid the fiscal cliff, dismissing their offer as unbalanced and based on faulty calculations.
The government's spending watchdog has hailed the £9bn of public money spent on the London Olympics as good value, but said strong leadership is needed if promised legacy benefits are to be realised.
For a man whose presence at Chelsea continues to rile the club's support, his adopted team engulfed in their most prolonged domestic slump in virtually a generation and their defence of the European Cup hanging by a thread, Rafael Benítez did well to offer up such a cheery disposition.
Arsenal will tell themselves this was not a do-or-die fixture. Qualification for the Champions League's knockout phase had already been assured and the merits of advancing as the group winners to the last 16 remain dubious. Scary fish are circling in the pot of runners-up. Arsène Wenger's starting XI had also been experimental.
Roberto Mancini denied feeling embarrassed after Manchester City ended their European campaign with the lowest points tally of any English team in Champions League history – but admitted his side have a "big problem" scoring goals.
Angelina Jolie has always tried to use her celebrity to draw attention to humanitarian causes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Meredith B. Cross, Director of the Division of Corporation Finance, will leave the SEC at the end of the year to return to the private sector.
Facebook will be added to the Nasdaq 100 stock index ahead of the open of trade on December 12, roughly seven months after the social networking giant's initial public offering, the Nasdaq stock exchange said in a statement.
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