Steven A. Cohen will be barred from trading that falls under U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission jurisdiction until 2018 after reaching an agreement tied to his Securities and Exchange Commission ban for failing to supervise Matthew Martoma, who was convicted of insider trading.
The Hollywood actor who has appeared alongside the likes of Morgan Freeman and Mickey Rooney spoke exclusively to HITC on the subject of Celtic, Rangers and the future of Scottish football.
The Leeds United man clocked some decent stats against the Cottagers.
The club is expected to see its largest crowd for 25 years for this weekend's visit of Newcastle.
Van Persie enjoyed a wonderful first season at the club as helped United to their 20th league title.
Norway's $893-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, swung to a positive return in the second quarter led by gains in its fixed-income portfolio, it said on Wednesday.
Wladimir Klitschko says he has been forced to take Tyson Fury to court following a disagreement over negotiations about their world heavyweight championship rematch.
The chair of the Treasury Select Committee has today written to the National Audit Office, seeking a swift review on previous advice given on the government's sale of RBS shares.
British cyclists Laura Trott and Jason Kenny have become the most successful Olympic couple ever by winning two more medals in the Rio velodrome – and have helped to secure Team GB’s best away Olympics with five days still to go.
There was a suspicion Andy Murray might decide to skip Cincinnati and concentrate on resting his weary limbs for the US Open after he defended his Olympic title with a draining win over Juan Martín del Potro.
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of “bottling” the first head-to-head hustings with Owen Smith after it emerged that he has rejected a Channel 4 News debate organised by the Labour party that was due to be held on Monday evening.
Jeremy Corbyn would require companies with more than 250 employees to accept new industrial laws under which they would have to recognise a specific union with which to bargain over pay.
Down in the basement of the Misty Blues pub in the Wirral, Merseyside, on Thursday night, 40 men and women, most of them in their 60s, nursed drinks under the fluorescent lights and munched on ham sandwiches, chicken wings, mini-sausage rolls and cupcakes decorated with Union flags.