A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
Famous for his huge shots and huge hair, Hull midfielder Tom Huddlestone found that his inability to find the perfect balance between the two was great news for charity.
Labour’s mansion tax could be “very disruptive” to the housing market, a former adviser to the last Labour government on housing has warned.
The decision by the California Public Employees' Retirement System to leave hedge funds was not meant to send a message about that particular sector, the pension fund's new chief investment officer told CNBC on Wednesday.
The Bank of England is to clamp down on insurance companies by subjecting their bosses to tougher scrutiny and forcing them to take steps to bolster their financial strength, Mark Carney has warned.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann is linked with a vacant post at Stuttgart.
Brendan Rodgers will want his strongest team available for the game with Everton, but not at risk of jeopardising future fixtures.
A top firm CEO having a tough time.
A further restructure of fixed-income, commodity and currency business said needed.