Former Tottenham Hotspur player Jermain Defoe has been speaking about Spurs' new manager.
Mikael Silvestre has launched a controversial attack on Manchester City claiming 'they buy trophies', whereas United 'grow players'.
Romelu Lukaku has been training with RSC Anderlecht in order to get in shape for the new season.
Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco's contract expires in June 2015 and his future at the club is in serious doubt.
Epiphany Games’ new 80s themed game will reveal the truth behind shadowy conspiracy theories.
John Paulson’s hedge funds made almost $1bn on his investment in OneWest Bank, which is being purchased by CIT Group for $3.4bn in cash and stock.
Former Jefferies managing director Jesse Litvak, the only person convicted of fraud related to a $20bn government bail-out program, may spend almost a decade in prison for lying to his customers about mortgage-backed securities.
Yuzo Kano quit Goldman Sachs twice: once for a rival bank, the second time to open Japan’s first bitcoin exchange since the collapse of Mt. Gox.
Deutsche Bank and Barclays on Tuesday locked horns with a U.S. Senate committee that has accused them of selling option products to hedge funds to help them avoid taxes.
An example of how something going wrong can be used to great effect.
The Spanish press are convinced that Manchester United and Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado will be playing for Barcelona next season.
On Tuesday of this week Portsmouth announced that they would be taking part in a lottery scheme that will help boost the funding of the club’s academy.
Britain's richest 10% owned more than 90% of wealth in 1910, while the top 1% owned 70%.