Samsung says that an external audit found labour violations at dozens of its suppliers in China, including failure to provide safety gear and excessive working hours, but that none involved child workers.
Almost 30,000 bitcoins seized from the Silk Road, the defunct darknet market, were auctioned on Monday by the US Marshals Service.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker gets started with his recovery following Germany’s extra-time victory over Algeria at the World Cup on Monday.
Tata Steel has announced plans to cut about 400 jobs at its plant in Port Talbot in Wales and is not ruling out compulsory redundancies.
The name missing from BNP Paribas's grovelling statement of "deep regret" for busting US sanctions was that of Baudouin Prot, the bank's current chairman and former long-serving chief executive.
At the height of the eurozone crisis the Bank of England warned the Treasury that it needed a comprehensive contingency plan to prop up Britain's banks, documents published by the central bank have revealed.
Lots of transfer business seems to be getting done at Anfield, with the promise of a bigger squad with a bigger look. Brendan Rodgers is likely to face a couple of testing moments.
Rumoured Arsenal transfer target Angel di Maria had a poor game for Argentina against Switzerland, but will be remembered as the matchwinner.
Clearly the place to be.
Derby County's Giles Barnes was meant to be football's next big thing, before a long list of injuries sidetracked Premier League and international dreams.
According to a report in the Netherlands Liverpool are seriously weighing up a move for PSV starlet Zakaria Bakkali.
Manchester United are now finding out what it is like to suffer Liverpool's fall from grace.