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Credit Suisse Group said it will cut about 1,500 more jobs and reorganise its securities unit after the division reported its first quarterly loss since 2008.
European shares have fallen, ending a rally that followed an agreement to boost Europe’s rescue fund.
Britain’s business secretary Vince Cable was fined £500 for failing to pay as much as £25,000 in VAT, said a report.
NCB Stockbrokers said it is cutting its growth forecast for Ireland for next year as Euro area manufacturing looks “desperately weak.”
Consumer confidence unexpectedly slumped in October to the lowest level since March 2009, when the US economy was in a recession.
Mattel, the world’s biggest toymaker, acquired Hit Entertainment Ltd. for $680 million from a group led by private equity firm Apax Partner Funds.
TomTom, Europe’s biggest maker of portable navigation devices, climbed as much as 24 per cent in Amsterdam after profit beat expectations.
Ferrari has begun offering personal touches like cashmere-covered seats and gold-colored exteriors for customers whose new cars aren’t quite special enough.
A new range of limited edition princess dolls proved such a hit, the Disney company's retail website crashed
Could iPad orders be slowing? An Asian analyst's report causes trouble for Apple
Bloomberg's Danielle Kucera says the next Kindle device, expected in the coming months, might be the biggest threat to the iPad this Christmas.
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