|DEPARTMENTS||FEBRUARY 2008 – NO. 21|
Five billion euros, from Société Générale, one of the largest banks in Europe, a result of unauthorized and well masked trades by a rogue 31-year-old trader. Three stars associated with the Ba'ath Party, from the interim flag of Iraq, adopted in January. Actor Brad Renfro, 25. 2007 NFC Championships, by the Green Bay Packers to the New York Giants; AFC Championships, by the San Diego Chargers to the New England Patriots. Sir Edmund Hillary, 88, first to reach the summit of Mount Everest (with Tenzing Norgay), of heart failure. Former U.S. Track & Field star Marion Jones's remnant reputation, after being sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using performance enhancing drugs and for her role in a check fraud scheme. The chance to showcase celebrity fashion, after the Golden Globes broadcast is cancelled due to the ongoing Hollywood writers strike. An Australian girl's blood type, after adopting her donor's immune system following a liver transplant, the first known case of its type. Oscar nominated Australian actor, Heath Ledger, 28, in New York City. The last vestige of democracy in Russia, after Putin extends his political presence via the premiership. 2007.
Where loss is found.
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