Optimism without empathy will not be enough to solve the problems facing the world, Bill Gates told Stanford's graduating class of 2014 in a commencement speech he gave with his wife, Melinda.
Memphis Depay is delighted to have helped the Netherlands to three wins in the group stage at the World Cup and hails his teammate Arjen Robben.
Iran is lobbying to get HSBC to process humanitarian trade transactions that Europe's biggest bank has frozen because of concerns about potential breaches of international sanctions, sources familiar with the trades told Reuters.
Deutsche Bank has announced the appointment of Joe McIntosh as a Vice Chairman of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking Coverage (IBC), Americas. Based in Chicago, he will report to Keith Wargo, Co-Global Head of Consumer and Retail IBC.
Argentina's government has hit back at a group of creditors that could force the beleagured country into bankruptcy, saying in an advert published in newspapers across the globe that it would fight their court actions.
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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will play a pivotal role in Uruguay’s clash against Italy in Group D today.
Juventus are looking at making a move for PSG's Adrien Rabiot, and any deal could be done if the French club move for Paul Pogba.
With Lorenzo Insigne out of reach, Arsenal would be well advised to turn their attentions to fellow Napoli winger Dries Mertens.
What sounds a lot like dating in fact describes recruiting.
Manchester United have been linked with Matthias Ginter of Freiburg.
While several Premier League Clubs try to sign Schalke’s Julian Draxler, there is already the next wave in the Bundesliga of promising young players. Arsenal and Liverpool targets feature.