Nate Drake’s film debut to replace third Amazing Spider-Man movie.
Tottenham Hotspur's veteran goalkeeper Brad Friedel has spoken of his desire to go into management once his top-flight career comes to an end.
A weekend affected by torrential rain should have derailed the latest IndyCar meeting, but the flexibility they showed is a lesson to the strict world of F1.
Ex-Jefferies Managing Director Jesse Litvak, deemed an 'elite' fraudster by prosecutors for being the only person convicted of fraud over a $20bn government bailout program, was sentenced to two years in prison for lying to customers about mortgage-backed securities.
Facebook comfortably beat Wall Street expectations on Wednesday, announcing that its once-struggling mobile business now accounts for 62% of advertising revenues.
A week before the 2001 general election, Labour deployed a poster featuring Margaret Thatcher's unmistakable hairdo superimposed on the balding head of William Hague, then Tory leader.
David Cameron is considering basing himself in Scotland for much of the last two weeks of the Scottish referendum campaign, in a move opposed by Liberal Democrat cabinet colleagues who say he could damage the no campaign.
Bank of England policymakers are growing increasingly uneasy about the UK's record low interest rates – but signalled on Wednesday that the first rise will not come until real wages start to recover.
Former Manchester United managerial target Pep Guardiola has hinted he could leave Bayern Munich at the end of the coming season.
Macquarie Group said earnings at its securities division will probably fall this fiscal year after markets slowed in the three months through June.
Respawn Entertainment’s giant robot FPS just will not budge, but that may change when Watch_Dogs is released at the end of May.
Liverpool's free-scoring style with defensive deficiencies harks back to the days of Newcastle United under Kevin Keegan.
Harmonix want to bring the successor to Amplitude the classic PS2 rhythm game to the latest generation.