Microsoft reported its first ever quarterly loss as a public company as the software giant made accounting changes relating to a troubled online services business.
Human rights activists and campaigners will be able to appear anonymously in videos posted to YouTube, after parent company Google introduced new face-blurring technology to the website.
Ed Miliband has called for a rethink of the "outsourcing of policing" to private companies such as G4S after the failure of the private security firm to meet its Olympic commitments forced the deployment of army personnel and extra police officers.
John Boehner, the leading Republican in Congress, has chastised his colleague Michele Bachmann over allegations she made linking a key aide of Hillary Clinton to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
Match Bar was one of the new wave of cocktail bars that swept London in the early noughties. Fuelled by the dotcom and property boom, Match Bar represented a more upmarket alternative to the edgier New York influenced bars that dominated out East.
A round-up of news and gossip relating to Manchester United over the past 24 hours.
The unlikely suspect in a string of window breakings in Beverly Hills - a 58-year-old UBS Financial Services investment adviser - may be connected to 70 additional cases in the area, authorities said
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Wall Street, grappling with mounting regulatory probes and investor claims over alleged interest-rate manipulation, may face yet another formidable foe: Itself.
Credit Agricole said on Thursday it had not been accused of any wrongdoing related to the attempted manipulation of benchmark lending rates by Barclays, adding it had responded to requests for information from 'various authorities'.