Bloomberg’s Emily Chang reports on today's top headlines on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West."
Sporting events, dead celebrities and, perhaps inevitably, One Direction, dominated the national debate in Britain last year, at least on the social network Twitter, which has revealed the 10 most tweeted about topics of 2013.
Arsenal were the only English side to lose in the final round of group games in the UEFA youth League.
Even with mixed reviews, Mad About the Boy sells 23,000 copies in past week as shopping season begins in earnest
Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro reports on the fine RBS will pay to settle accusations that its employees or executives concealed information about transactions involving parties in sanctioned nations.
Whilst Manchester United fans have had plenty of reason to bemoan the reigning champions’ start to the season under new boss David Moyes there is plenty of reason or optimism.
Does Jon Obi Mikel cut it in midfield for Chelsea?
Arsenal and Chelsea target Diego Costa netted his 19th goal of the season as Atletico Madrid beat Porto for a fifth group win in six games.
Arsenal fan Piers Morgan has been criticising his own manager again.
Some of the key stories involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning.