Wayne Rooney has leapt to the defence of England boss Roy Hodgson after the England boss reportedly made a ‘monkey’ related joke about Andros Townsend.
Morning news surrounding Liverpool Football Club.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says the players coming in at his club aren’t the problem, it’s the players leaving.
The British legal system and NME face the brunt of Morrissey's ire in his Autobiography, with side orders of disdain for record labels (especially Rough Trade), the 1970s education system and even a word of mild criticism for John Peel.
He describes himself as a "scrawny English boy" who's obsessed with dry stone walling and the obscure indie band One Night Only – and he is now the boss of one of Britain's biggest and most historic companies.
The Bank of England warned that interest rates might rise as early as next year as its chief economist said Threadneedle Street's desire to keep borrowing costs low for several years could be thwarted by a combination of stronger than expected growth and unusually weak productivity.
The government shutdown has so far cost the US economy $24bn – or $1.5bn a day, ratings agency Standard & Poor’s said on Wednesday.
IBM, the world's largest technology-services company, reported third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates but it missed revenue expectations.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will receive 10.7 million shares of General Electric Thursday, worth $260.6 million at Wedneday's closing price, according to a filing with the SEC.
Twitter's latest S-1 filing didn't just reveal that it has chosen the NYSE over the Nasdaq - but also how the company fared in the third quarter.