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Spanish and Portuguese leaders, with reinforcements from Brussels, are fighting a rearguard action to convince investors that there is no need for further eurozone bail-outs after the 80bn-90bn ($109bn-$122bn) rescue agreed for Ireland at the weekend.

Irish Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan has said he expects the Irish Republic to accept a "very substantial loan" as part of an EU-backed bail-out.

State-owned Dubai World has signed up the last remaining creditor to a $23bn (15bn) debt restructuring.

YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley is stepping down as chief executive of the online video-sharing website.

All right, we get it Gas prices are high; the real estate market isnt good, stocks are down, and many banks are in a mess. The media keeps drilling it into our heads like we had no idea.

Nearly a year after it was inaugurated with a massive water-and-fireworks display, about 825 of the tower's 900 ultra-luxury apartments remain unoccupied, according to Better Homes, a real estate brokerage in Dubai.

He's Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, and his super-geek-to-billionaire story is the basis of the hit movie The Social Network. "Young people are just smarter," he told a Stanford University audience in 2007.

Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has said it is to cut 1,800 jobs.

Amazon is still keeping mum about how many Kindles it has sold, but the online retailer's business boomed last quarter.

Google's profit soared in the third quarter, defying skeptical investors and analysts who feared that the search giant would never find a a significant new revenue stream besides search advertisements.

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