This week’s imagination failure comes to you via the old west, with Antoine Fuqua’s heavy-handed and joyless remake of the John Sturges 1960 classic The Magnificent Seven, which had a handful of follow-ups and was itself of course a remake of Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai.
Tom Rogic is one of the best players at Celtic at the moment.
Job openings in the City dried up over the summer as finance firms put hiring on hold while they assess the damage of the UK's vote to leave the EU, according to new research.
Deutsche Bank’s finances, weakened by low profitability and mounting legal costs, are raising concern among German politicians after the U.S. sought $14bn to settle claims related to the sale of mortgage-backed securities.
Goldman Sachs retained its crown as the bank with the largest commodities revenue in the first half, while lenders saw their worst income from natural resources in at least a decade.
William Gallas spent time at Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur during his 12-year stint in the Premier League.
Former Rangers ace Neil McCann doubts the Ibrox club's chances against Aberdeen this weekend.
The founder of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, is taking over as chief executive of the troubled sports retailer following the resignation of Dave Forsey.
QPR were on the end of a battering on Tuesday night, losing 6-0 to Newcastle.
Everton winger Yannick Bolasie set up Romelu Lukaku for a goal against Sunderland.
The Bank of England is to buy £10bn of bonds issued by private companies, including Apple and other overseas corporations, as it begins a dramatic expansion of its quantitative easing programme.