Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton brought 12 players to Ibrox this summer.
HSBC’s Southeast Asia advisory head Andrew Lim is leaving the bank just a few months after taking charge of dealmaking in the region, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Wells Fargo Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf’s grilling at a Capitol Hill hearing Tuesday boiled down to this on Wall Street: It was ugly, but not a disaster - maybe even a good time to buy the bank’s stock.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has begun winding down its global shipping finance business, it said on Tuesday, ending efforts to sell it off during a worsening downturn across the freight industry.
Wells Fargo is still a buy, but FBR Capital Markets managing director Paul Miller said he would change his mind if the scandal impacted earnings.
George Soros gave a fresh $2.5 million to a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC in August, part of a $23.4 million haul for the group.
Google has launched its latest mobile chat app, Allo, and with it Google Assistant – a chatbot that can be used in online conversations with friends.
Mo Farah is the latest British athlete to face scrutiny over his use of so-called therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) after his confidential medical data was leaked online. Farah, the double gold medallist at the 2016 Olympics, is one of eight more British athletes who competed in Rio de Janeiro whose records were released on Monday by the Fancy Bears hacking group, believed to have links to Russia.
Wolves manager Walter Zenga has said that the mistakes his side made led to their defeat at the hands of Newcastle in the League Cup last night.
Albeit the success of 2015 may influence his thinking, Jordan Spieth will place team success over that of an individual variety during the next fortnight. When asked which he would cherish more, a FedEx or Ryder Cup, Spieth’s desire to be part of a winning USA contingent at Hazeltine was abundantly clear for merely the latest time.
It turned out that Huw Jenkins chose a good day to predict that Swansea City are capable of surprising a few people this season. The chairman’s programme notes read like a defence of everything that has gone on at Swansea in recent times, with Jenkins acutely aware of the growing frustration among supporters after a thoroughly underwhelming summer in the transfer market, yet this was not the afternoon for any unrest to boil over.
Pep Guardiola tends to look a little tired at the final whistle. At Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon he looked closer to exhausted: drawn, pale, woozy, a man released from some gorgeously more-ish kind of agony.
José Mourinho has confirmed Marcus Rashford will make his first club start of the season at Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday after giving another glimpse of what the Manchester United manager described as the 18-year-old’s “brilliant future” in the second half of Saturday’s derby defeat at Old Trafford.