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Around the world in business: G7 is extra worried about Europe (again), and Ikea isn't translating so well in Thailand.
Around the world in business: Cyprus is on the brink. One millionaire CEO thinks you may have to work until you're 80, and Yum brands wants to export its Chinese fried chicken success to India.
Around the world in business: India's economy slows down, US Treasury yields play limbo, and Bruce Springsteen rails on bankers in Berlin.
Around the world in business: Waiting for a US jobs report, Dunkin Donuts in India and eight countries that are doing better than Greece but won’t be allowed into the euro zone.
Around the world: How big are Facebook's losses? About the size of the investment bank that took it public.
Around the world: Greek banks get another chance at getting in good with the ECB, but it may be too late to save the Athens' sex shops.
Around the world in business: Spain ponies up a lot of euros for Bankia. Greeks don't want to be told to pay their taxes, and an animated rap video is still the best explanation of why the US and China can't stop arguing abou the yuan.
Around the world in business: A Canadian pays off a student loan in cash, Indians rush to the pumps ahead of a price hike, and how long a minimum wage worker toils to earn a CEO salary.
Around the world in business: Greece could get a big alimony check if it breaks up with the euro zone, and it may soon be time for a "You're Sued" Facebook button.
Facebook wants you to share the details of your life but may have been a little more selective about what it told its own investors ahead of its outsized IPO.
Around the world in business: Illusion or reality edition — US home price increases may not be as good as they look, and Facebook doesn't look as nearly as good to investors as it did at this time last week.
Around the world in business: China doesn't need Wall Street, but Facebook and JPMorgan could use a boost from the stock market.
Around the world in business: Yahoo's letting go of Alibaba. The G8 is standing by Greece, and Mark Zuckerberg pulled off a surprise wedding the day after Facebook's IPO.
Around the world: It's Facebook IPO day, but one Facebook co-founder may never get to logon from the US again. The Federal Reserve Board gets a couple of new faces, and one Georgia teacher has found a way to make teaching kindergarten very profitable.
Around the world in business: Greek banks are having trouble with the ECB. JP Morgan gets sued over its $2 billion loss, and Pinterest is Silicon Valley's latest billion dollar baby.
Around the world in business: US debt ceiling drama 2.0 could be coming up later this year. Lots of Feds are sniffing around JPMorgan and the world's biggest telecom company is getting closer to adding Apple's iPhone to its lineup.
Around the world in business: Facebook ups its IPO price. Moody's is down on Italian banks. Ferrari's new hybrid will save you 40 percent on gas, but it still costs $850,000.
Around the world in business: The euro zone imagines itself without Greece. JPMorgan and Yahoo oust a few execs, and the US is down one Facebook wealthy taxpayer.
Around the world in business: JP Morgan is bleeding money. The US makes money. China's slows down, and a San Francisco company has a new pinstripe hoodie for Mark Zuckerberg.
Around the world in business: Chinese banks are coming to the US. Facebook is launching its own App Store, and Ben Bernanke and Ron Paul meet for breakfast.