Everton are reportedly targeting Anderlecht star Kara Mbodji.
Following are excerpts from a CNBC interview with Carolin Roth and Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, from Zurich.
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Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam ended six months of losses last quarter. That wasn’t enough to convince investors his turnaround is on track.
Bill Gross is running his $1.5bn Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund by himself - again.
BB&T Securities is ending its equity research coverage and curtailing institutional sales and trading activity, eliminating at least 61 jobs as part of an overall restructuring within its equity capital markets and related operations.
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has started re-interviewing former Barclays executives over the bank’s 2008 Qatar fundraising, as the agency aims to complete its investigation by the end of the year.
Hornets pair Almen Abdi and Daniel Pudil have completed their moves to Hillsborough.
Nicolas Moreau, 51, will join the Management Board of Deutsche Bank, from October 1, where he will be responsible for Deutsche Asset Management.
Mauricio Pochettino worked at Southampton before moving to Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Luke Shaw expects to make his comeback from a broken leg sustained last September at Wigan Athletic on Saturday in José Mourinho’s opening game as the Manchester United manager.
This may have to be quite a show. The Open will fittingly begin with Royal Troon’s adopted son, Colin Montgomerie, attempting to fade an iron shot from the 1st tee at 6.35am on Thursday. By the time the third major of the year reaches its conclusion on Sunday evening in Ayrshire, perhaps talk of Rio and golf’s turbulent marriage with the Olympics will be temporarily suspended. One can but hope.
There are no haves and have nots within the Premier League – this year more than any other year all 20 clubs have spending loot lying around in piles – so the fact some have yet to dip a toe into the transfer market while others are already towelling themselves down after making a splash is a reflection of different needs and ambitions.