The chief executive of Valeant resigned on Monday, after the embattled Canadian drugmaker admitted that “improper conduct” by senior management caused the company to misstate its financial results.
Liverpool will face Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League quarter-finals next month.
Britain’s biggest companies could face a credit downgrade – potentially forcing up their borrowing costs – should the UK vote to leave the EU in June, according to a report by a leading ratings agency.
A businessman regarded as a contender to become the chairman of HSBC has resigned from his full-time role at Axa.
Leicester City are at the top of the Premier League table at the moment.
Arsenal are reportedly keen on former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini.
Chelsea rescued a 2-2 draw at home to West Ham United thanks to a controversial late penalty on Saturday afternoon.
Alan Shearer has also suggested that Crystal Palace will not get relegated to the Championship.
A former Everton hero has lifted the lid on a funny story involving their bitter rivals' best ever player Steven Gerrard.
George Osborne has long coveted the prize of the Tory leadership.
Social engineering through the tax system is nothing new. Both Tory and Labour chancellors have become excited at the prospect of initiatives to encourage spending in one area and discourage it in another.
David Cameron was being driven back from RAF Northolt early on Friday evening when he was told that Iain Duncan Smith, his predecessor but one as Tory leader, had resigned from the cabinet. The work and pensions secretary quit in a fury, following vicious arguments with the Treasury over cuts to benefits for the disabled, announced in the budget only two days before.