US accuses 16 banks of Libor fraud
A US regulator sues 16 banks - including some of the world's largest - for allegedly manipulating the London interbank offered rate (Libor).
'China's Twitter' eyes US share sale
China's largest Twitter-like service Sina Weibo unveils plans to sell shares to raise $500m (£300m) on the US stock market.
Co-op takeover deals 'destructive'
Lord Myners' review of the Co-operative Group has found it spent too much time on takeover deals that proved "breathtakingly value-destructive."
US entrepreneur jailed for beating
The co-founder of frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry is sentenced to seven years in prison for beating a homeless man in Los Angeles with a tyre iron.
Morrisons hit by massive data theft
The majority of staff at Morrisons have been affected by the theft of payroll data, the company has said.
Stolen bank cards highest since 2006
Consumers are being warned about a series of bank card scams, after fraud from stolen cards rose to its highest level in eight years, says the UK Cards Association
Call for 'urgent' outsourcing reform
The chairwoman of the Public Accounts Committee Margaret Hodge calls on the government to "urgently get its house in order" after outsourcing scandals.
BT investigated over email data
BT is being investigated by the UK's data authority following whistleblower claims the company "exposed user credentials en masse".
GM recall 'linked' to 303 deaths
Research links faulty airbags in two of the six models recalled by GM to 303 deaths, but the carmaker calls the report's findings "speculation".
Energy bills 'still confusing'
New simplified energy bills brought in by the regulator Ofgem are still too confusing, says the consumer group Which?
UBS traders tried to rig key rate
Traders at Swiss bank UBS made around 100 attempts to rig Hong Kong's interbank lending market, financial regulators have said.
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