Electoral Commission figures show that the UK Independence Party was amongst the biggest spenders in this year’s EU elections
Tottenham Hotspur youngster Nabil Bentaleb got on the score sheet in a comfortable League Cup win last night.
Ian Harte thanked Liverpool youngster Raheem Sterling for swapping shirts.
BlackBerry dug out its Bold and give it a new lick of paint in the form of the new BlackBerry Classic.
A super-fast monster has been revealed, which hovers and flies, and can make copies of itself whilst turning invisible.
Howard Lutnick’s BGC Partners increased its takeover offer for rival interdealer broker GFI Group by 3.8%.
In the wake of the massive hack that has seen more than 250GB of private files shared online, Sony Pictures is successfully cracking down on discussion of its stolen data on sites such as Reddit.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says the US has very little to fear from the collapse of the Russian rouble because the US does very little trade and financial business with Moscow.
Former Liverpool star Jamie Redknapp has suggested how Brendan Rodgers should deal with Steven Gerrard.
These guys outdid themselves this year.
Standard Chartered has had its credit rating downgraded for the first time in 20 years, with the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s saying that the bank, which focuses on emerging markets, was going through a tough period.
It revolutionalised the games industry and brought us classic titles such as Gran Turismo, Tekken and Resident Evil – and this week the original Sony PlayStation turns 20.
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