The marquee summer signing announced by Arsene Wenger has been likened to the fanfaronade that surrounded the arrival of Bergkamp in 1995, however, one Arsenal player feels Mesut Ozil still has some way to go to match the magic of Dennis.
Manchester United ace Shinji Kagawa has voiced his discontent at his recent omission from the side.
How the mighty have fallen.
JPMorgan Chase has increased its litigation reserve by more than $1.5 billion in the third quarter to help cover a 'crescendo' of potential legal claims.
GFI Group has sued a former trainee broker in Singapore for allegedly e-mailing data to himself before informing the company that he planned to quit and join a rival.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has announced that Percy Batliwalla has been named global head of Sales for Large Corporates and Financial Institutions in Global Transaction Services (GTS) at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
JPMorgan and a major insurer have agreed to a $300m settlement to resolve accusations that they forced homeowners into over-priced property insurance and entered into kickback arrangements that inflated the policies' prices.
The big banks don't have to be split if the "right regulation" is in place, Sandy Weill, former chairman and CEO at Citigroup, told CNBC on Tuesday, a year after he shocked the financial world by calling for the breakup of the investment banking and commercial banking operations.
Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil can lead Germany to the finals, as can Manchester United and Holland's Robin van Persie. Could Italy and Switzerland seal their places tonight too?
Toronto-Dominion Bank is ramping up its U.S. asset-management business while doubling the number of advisers for wealthy American clients in an bid to accelerate profit.