Wit is one of those rare English words whose scintillating but slippery side-effects can thrill or enrage in equal measure.
So, the sky did not fall after all: three years after the rules of the James Bond franchise were mildly rewritten with some personal business, another instalment comes rumbling along, and it’s much like the ones that went before it.
Amazon is at the centre of a row about a warehouse development in Kent that is set to benefit from almost £50m of government funding and threatens the future of a listed medieval church.
Low oil and gas prices are close to triggering a wave of bankruptcies and debt defaults among US producers, investors fear. The fall in the oil price to levels that are punishingly low for producers is putting up to $88bn of borrowings potentially at risk.
So print is dead – but here comes a new print paper: New Day from Trinity Mirror, starting cheap (20p) and working its way up, a sort of i for Mail and Express readers.
West Bromwich Albion lost to Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Tottenham are reportedly ready to bump up Hugo Lloris' weekly wages by £20,000.
The West Ham goalkeeper says he admires the Scottish champions.
Sunderland are reportedly attempting to sign Bordeaux midfielder Clement Chantome in the summer.
Matthew Etherington worked with Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew at West Ham United.
A former Deutsche Bank analyst once ranked among the best in the U.S. will pay a $100,000 penalty and be banned from the securities industry for a year to settle a regulator’s claims that he issued a buy recommendation at odds with his personal opinion.
Brexit would be “carnage” for UK fund managers, leaving them battling regulatory hurdles, experts have warned.
CEO Tidjane Thiam is 'very capable' of making the right decisions on which parts of Credit Suisse’s investment bank to keep and which to relinquish, one of the company’s biggest shareholders said.