Goldman Sachs said investment banker Richard Campbell-Breeden is retiring after 27 years with the firm.
Deutsche Bank, under pressure to bolster its balance sheet before resolving a U.S. mortgage probe, is working to securitise billions of dollars of corporate loans to offload risk, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Henderson Global Investors plans to reopen the UK property fund it suspended after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, making it the fourth asset manager to lift suspensions imposed in the wake of the surprise result.
JPMorgan Chase have announced that its Board of Directors has elected Todd A. Combs, 45, a director of the company, effective September 19, 2016.
Bojan Krkic's Spain career didn't quite work out as he would have hoped. Eight years after his only cap, however, he could turn out for another nation.
Nicklas Bendtner promised to be one of 'the best strikers in the world' by now. His career hasn't quite panned out like that.
Barton joined Rangers on a free transfer from Burnley during the summer and has since been suspended by the club for three weeks.
Newcastle face the same opponents that ended their six-game winning run, as they take on Wolves in the EFL Cup third round this evening.
The Nigeria international has been at Stamford Bridge for 11 years, but has found opportunities scarce under Antonio Conte this season.
Wolves return to the scene of their huge 2-0 victory over Newcastle United in the EFL Cup this evening.
Prince Buster was a multifaceted fellow: not just the King of Ska, but also a producer, singer, soundsystem owner and boxer (Prince was his boxing nickname, and he converted to Islam after meeting Muhammad Ali). He was also a man who, as both producer and artist, led changes in Jamaican music. It was his introduction of the guitar chord on the afterbeat instead of the downbeat that gave birth to ska; he led the move to slowing down ska’s frantic pace into rocksteady; he was there when dub was born.
David Wagner does not call it heavy metal football. The former Borussia Dortmund reserve team manager, who was convinced to become a coach by his former Mainz team‑mate and great friend Jürgen Klopp, prefers to use a different term for the style of play he has been cultivating at Huddersfield Town since being hired in November with instructions to transform the club.
The former Fifa president Sepp Blatter is facing another corruption investigation after the ethics committee of world football’s governing body announced it was opening proceedings against him and his key lieutenants Jérôme Valcke and Markus Kattner.