Liverpool's Daniel Agger ensured Denmark won a crucial World Cup qualifier in Armenia.
Chelsea's Juan Mata is said to be upset with his role at Chelsea.
Arsenal hero Lee Dixon has criticised the performance of Kyle Walker, saying he needs to up his game.
It used to be the ultimate crime scene clue. Now Apple has transformed the fingerprint into a key to unlock the wealth of personal information that is stored on the iPhone.
An apartment in one of the world's most prestigious buildings is on sale for £5.25 million ($8.3 million) after being repossessed.
Glencore Xstrata, the commodity trading and mining company run by the billionaire Ivan Glasenberg, has promised shareholders it will make at least $2bn (£1.3bn) of savings from the $44bn takeover of Xstrata.
Marks & Spencer is aiming to win back shoppers by making its stores look and feel more like a department store. The change comes as its rival John Lewis looks set to draw level with M&S sales this year.
It's the most expensive car made by Porsche ever. And it's also a hybrid and has just set a record on the notorious Nurburgring in Germany.
Hank Paulson, former Secretary of the Treasury, talks to documentary film maker Joe Berlinger in a Businessweek film.
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