If the radical change in other sectors are any indication, then it won't be long before computers completely take over from the manual system of trading.
Newcastle are reportedly keen on Marseille winger Romain Alessandrini.
The South African has not represented his country since November 2015.
Steve Jobs' predecessor, John Sculley, said that Cook is doing a great job of running Apple.
The Gers have already brought ten new players to Ibrox this summer.
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has announced a boost to its income, along with a slightly sweeter dividend for its third quarter of its financial year.
Most banks fight tooth and nail to hang onto clients, but one industry player has a very good reason for telling a certain group of customers they need to find somewhere else.
New York Giants president John Mara defended the team’s decision to re-sign Josh Brown despite the kicker’s alleged history of domestic violence and 2015 arrest following an incident with his then-wife.
The Forbes list of the world’s richest actresses provides a heaven-sent opportunity to slaver over photos of beautiful women and very large sums of money: solemnly recorded figures that can really be no more than intelligent guesswork.
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been accused by MPs of “consciously failing” to combat the use of their sites to promote terrorism and extremism.
Chris Froome is unconcerned about recovering from the brutal road race on Saturday for his tilt at gold in the time trial, while Geraint Thomas waits to hear whether he will be able to take part on Wednesday as a late addition.
The bosses of Britain’s largest public companies earned an average of £5.5m last year, and have enjoyed a 10% pay rise while wages in the rest of the economy lag far behind.
The England international has shown he can excel in a deeper role and this season he may do just that.