A study called the Spoken British National Corpus 2014 reveals how our use of language is evolving. Is British English succumbing to American influence?
Is specialist makeup the key to the perfect selfie? Avon thinks so, and has just launched the first lipstick designed with selfies in mind. So what should you apply to ensure you need #nofilter?
David Cameron returns to work at Downing Street from his Cornish holiday on Wednesday with a double whammy of a political headache after his two great foes – one within and one outside the Conservative party – embarked on the first steps of a possible journey to Westminster.
More than 120 business leaders have urged Scotland to vote no in next month's referendum, saying the economic case for independence has not been sufficiently made.
Hewlett-Packard has revealed it plans to sue the UK arm of Deloitte, auditor of the Cambridge software firm Autonomy that HP bought for $11bn (£6.6bn) before writing off nearly half the company's value and accusing the former management of accounting improprieties.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will fine Royal Bank of Scotland about £15m for giving poor sales advice to mortgage customers in the latest blow to the taxpayer-controlled bank's reputation.
Bankers, traders and fund managers are practicing yoga in order to build their mental faculties and improve their ability to focus.
When Jorge Velasquez accepted an internship at Citigroup this summer, he wasn't dreaming about becoming the next Jamie Dimon. He's far more interested in following in the footsteps of Steve Jobs.
Young bankers at European firms shouldn’t hold their breath for a pay rise.
It just got tougher to make the cut.
What’s in store for Wii U gamers in July including Guacamelee! and the retail release of Wii Sports Club.
Paul Scholes has claimed Manchester United have not signed anyone near the quality of Toni Kroos, and yet Ander Herrera outdid him in part last season.
A gamer’s favourite, Sniper Elite III knocks EA UFC off the top-spot.