The two Premier League sides have regularly clashed in the pursuit of players in recent years, and Lazio youngster Ogenyi Onazi could be the next one.
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As the force behind Firefox, the internet’s leading open-source browser, the Mozilla Foundation tends to be associated with progressive values.
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Barclays shareholders should vote against the re-election of the bank’s compensation committee chairman John Sunderland and oppose its pay awards, the U.K.’s Local Authority and Pension Fund Forum said.
The fat funds are getting fatter-the largest hedge funds now control more cash than ever before.
Citi was one of five banks whose capital plans were not approved. The Fed said Citi's plan did not fix previously raised issues.
Facebook's $2 billion deal to buy virtual reality gaming gear maker Oculus may be a smart bet for the social network, but some gamers and investors alike don't seem too happy with the move.
Ed Miliband will seek to capitalise on his conversion to a mansion tax by challenging Nick Clegg to back his plans in the Commons, and imposing the proposal against the wishes of the Conservatives.
Arsenal take on Blackburn Rovers this weekend in their FA Cup fifth round clash at the Emirates.
Luton Town could continue their dream run while Chelsea, Everton, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal should progress from their ties along with MK Dons. Meanwhile Liverpool and Swansea may share the spoils at Anfield.