First, having repossessed that drive (which we still don't know the nature of; this is even called attention to when Natasha asks Hill what's on it, and Hill says she never asked), Black Widow and Maria Hill make their way out of Stark Tower (why hasn't Norman renamed that?). However, some guys turn out to be blocking their way.
Elsewhere, after his tech support attempts to redirect him to Pakistan while Tony flies to Dubai, Norman finally catches up and beats the shit out of him. However, the news media is alerted to this, which means Norman doesn't get to murder him, to his disappointment.
Given how cavalier Norman has been throughout this arc about breaking the laws, I at first wasn't sure why he'd be expected to follow it in this case, but since they've just had a Stark-related PR disaster, I suppose it wouldn't do to have him mysteriously die in custody (and, also, Fraction's been building a lot on the idea that most of HAMMER's infrastructure is residual from SHIELD, and thus not just a bunch of evil minions).
A decent finale, overall, to an arc that had a lot of good parts but suffered from being at least a third longer than it needed to be.