Former Chelsea winger Kevin de Bruyne shone as Belgium edged USA in a World Cup thriller in midweek.
Facebook’s second most powerful executive, Sheryl Sandberg, has apologised for the conduct of secret psychological tests on nearly 700,000 users in 2012, which prompted outrage from users and experts alike.
The organisers of a video game tournament based around the battle strategy title Hearthstone have been criticised for limiting entry to male players only.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak describes a Samsung smartwatch as “worthless” and says he could only stand using it for half a day.
Just like Tottenham did last summer, Sporting Lisbon appear to be spending money in advance of anticipation of selling Manchester United transfer target William Carvalho.
Whether on loan or remaining to contract, the sponsor of Lille is convinced Liverpool transfer target Divock Origi will be playing for the Ligue 1 side again next season.
Citigroup has bought Deutsche Bank's U.S. power trading books, the latest move by the bank to build its energy trading business as other Wall Street rivals retreat, two sources said on Tuesday.
Any Americas Involvement Announced Jan 1 – Jun 30, 2014.
A U.S. judge has vacated the conviction of a former Merrill Lynch administrative assistant who lied to a grand jury under pressure from her boss but then helped convict six former brokers and traders of generating illegal profits with information they overheard on a 'squawk box'.
Any EMEA Involvement Announced Jan 1 – Jun 30, 2014.
Six of the eight mysterious deaths have been from a building or in front of a train. Half of them were at work or en route.
Eggs and red meat have both been on the nutritional hit list – but after a major study last week dismissed a link between fats and heart disease, is it time for a complete rethink?
Manchester United have been strongly linked with William Carvalho, but the interest of AS Monaco does not bode well.