Nuance isn’t a huge priority for this goofily ridiculous and disposable comedy directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon whose 2007 comedy Blades of Glory is incidentally growing in prestige to the level of Zoolander and Anchorman.
Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has commented on the club's plans for the January transfer window.
“The Social Network’s Evil Twin” could be one way of describing Oliver Stone’s expertly made movie: a tense, taut drama with heart-stopping moments – Stone’s best since his 90s paranoia thrillers Nixon and JFK.
BofAML's David Woo says his outlier prediction earned him an unusual tribute when he came to work Nov. 9.
Goldman Sachs’s Lloyd Blankfein said President-elect Donald Trump probably won’t be a dangerous leader, according to an interview in German newspaper Handelsblatt.
Some of Bill Ackman’s employees will be sporting golden handcuffs soon.
A former JPMorgan employee who has been ordered to attend counseling for gambling is facing criminal charges that he engaged in a scheme to defraud the bank out of $5m in order to pay personal debts.
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, will move its headquarters to a new skyscraper to be built at the Hudson Yards development on Manhattan’s far west side.
Investment bank Credit Suisse has hired internet equities analyst Robert Peck to run its global internet banking business, according to a memo reviewed by Reuters.
Wells Fargo Chairman Stephen Sanger and Vice Chair Elizabeth Duke have been named to a four-member committee that will lead an internal investigation into the bank's recent sales scandal, a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Manchester United and Feyenoord go head-to-head on Thursday night.
Liverpool target Sardar Azmoun scored as Rostov beat Bayern Munich 3-2 this evening.
Chelsea should be wary of losing Dominic Solanke to Manchester United.
Former Newcastle maestro Hatem Ben Arfa provided an assist for PSG against Arsenal.
Tottenham Hotspur have won just once in their last nine outings.
Celtic started Callum McGregor against Barcelona in the Champions League last night.
Roy Keane thinks Celtic should look towards Dutch football for some new signings.
The West Ham United forward would have plenty of motivation to excel.
Pundit says Tottenham would not have made the same mistake as West Ham.
HITC speaks to Liverpool fan Neil Trainis, who's been a supporter for 32 years.
Citigroup faces fresh scrutiny from both the Bank of England and the City watchdog over its role in the flash crash that briefly sent sterling plummeting to a 31-year low in October.
Barclays is taking a contrarian bet that Britain's vote to leave the European Union will help it win more investment banking business in its home market, despite the sharp slowdown in deal activity since the referendum.