The season has only just started and Alan Pardew is already facing an uphill battle to keep his job at Newcastle United.
And it's the last thing this firm needs right now.
The six biggest U.S. banks, led by JP Morgan and Bank of America, have piled up $103bn in legal costs since the financial crisis, more than all dividends paid to shareholders in the past five years.
A poster of the Baltimore Ravens quarterback is causing a little bit of upset in Denver.
Manchester United ace Shinji Kagawa was once again an unused substitute in a huge game at Old Trafford.
Ian Bolland looks into David Moyes' comments on handballs after Manchester United's clash with Chelsea earlier this week.
A Dubai court has dismissed a Kuwaiti sheikh's $21.4m claim against UBS in which he alleged the Swiss bank failed to pay him for helping it become lead arranger on a $9bn asset sale by Kuwaiti telecom operator Zain.
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch unit agreed to pay $160m to settle a discrimination lawsuit filed by black financial advisers, a lawyer for the plaintiffs said.
A former JPMorgan banker was arrested on Tuesday in Spain on charges of hiding massive losses related to the bank's 'London Whale' trade plans to resist extradition to the United States, court officials said.
Former Arsenal man Ian Wright has argued Arsene Wenger took an unnecessary risk with Jack Wilshere against Fenerbahce.