There is an old City adage about one occurrence being a fluke, two a coincidence and three a trend. If the platitude is true, the financial markets can feel fairly confident of at least one thing at present: they are seeing a consistent pattern.
The U.K.'s largest pet products retailer, Pets at Home, has become the latest home-grown company to come to the market, in what is set be the biggest year for IPOs in the U.K. retail sector in a decade.
Barcelona’s Munir El Haddadi scored two crackers as the Catalans beat FC Copenhagen 4-1.
Nottingham Forest passed up a golden opportunity to go third in the table after conceding another last minute goal, this time to league leaders and rivals Leicester City.
Lewis and Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, has been ranked fifth best island in the world by TripAdvisor, as Scotland dominates lists with two more isles named in Europe's top 10
Full of fruit and with only a little sugar, this tart should tell the story of the rich flavour of the peach
Bayer Munich's Franck Ribery has said he knew Mesut Ozil would miss his penalty last night. Why?
David Moyes was spotted at the Emirates last night, but perhaps Toni Kroos wasn’t his intended target.
Arsene Wenger's side started magnificently but as the game grew on, so did Bayern Munich's confidence and ability to put their passes together.
Latest industry figures hail growth fuelled by companies like Spotify, but are their businesses sustainable?
President Barack Obama’s estrangement from Wall Street is costing him money in fewer campaign donations even as it is fueling his argument for re- election.
After a poor start to the season should Brendan Rodgers consider giving one of the backup guard a chance to shine in place of the Spaniard?
Vault.com polled 3,500 Wall Street professionals using a weighted formula that reflects the issues banking professionals care most about, combining quality of life rankings (such as culture, contentment at work, work/life balance, and compensation) with overall prestige. And here's the top 15 firms.