Tom Cleverley has come in for criticism of late due to his lack of ambition while in possession, but has stated that his goal is not to give away the ball.
Liverpool sent Tiago Ilori on loan to Spain last month, and he recently made his first appearance for Granada.
Several Arsenal youngsters are facing a nervous second half of the season.
Someone is for the high-jump!
Should more countries follow the example of the Netherlands and make all banking officials swear an oath of integrity?
A former UBS banker indicted in 2011 on a charge of helping wealthy Americans evade taxes has agreed to plead guilty in Florida, the latest target in a five-year U.S. crackdown.
Former Bank of America executive Phillip D. Murphy pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud bond investors and the U.S. government through a bid-rigging scheme, prosecutors said.
Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank are quietly trying to get out of a business few people know they are even in: trading supplies of raw uranium known as yellowcake.
"At Barclays we believe in paying for performance and paying competitively," declared Antony Jenkins, chief executive, several times on Tuesday.
A deluge of lawsuits is forcing big banks to leave New York, banking analyst Dick Bove said.
The not guilty verdict in the trial of John Terry was greeting with anger and bemusement by the black community within British sport.
A former Wall Street trader whose dramatic courtroom death was witnessed by millions on TV and the Internet probably committed suicide with a homemade cyanide pill.
And here's another fine mess we seem to have got ourselves into.