Sol Campbell believes Arsenal's big money arrival from Barcelona can be central to their chances of success in Europe.
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Navy Admiral states that three prototype TALOS suits are currently being produced and will be ready for testing soon.
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Flappy Bird was a bona-fide mobile game craze in early 2014, but its popularity led to developer Dong Nguyen removing it from Google and Apple’s app stores. Now he’s returning with a sequel, of sorts.
The UK's annual inflation rate fell more sharply than expected in July, dimming the prospects of an interest rate rise in 2014.
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UBS has said it had expanded the number of employees that are subject to internal background checks to around 15 percent of its workforce in a move than came in the wake of numerous scandals.
Deutsche Bank has appointed Richard Shannon as Americas Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Co Head of Group Technology & Operations (GTO) Americas, with Scott Marcar appointed as Head of IT Infrastructure.
Cantor Fitzgerald has announced the appointment of Joseph Pinto as Senior MD and Stephan McElreath as VP in their FX Sales and Trading group.
Charlton Athletic have agreed a fee with FC Copenhagen for striker Igor Vetokele, who played in the Champions League last season.
In the latest video for the Tropes vs Women series from critic Anita Sarkeesian, she looks at women as background decoration in video games.
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