Mark Barton reports on Thursday's top headlines.
Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker reports on why the Salt Lake City office of Goldman Sachs is flourishing.
Aston Villa's Charles N'Zogbia has somewhat bizarrely been linked to Borussia Dortmund.
David Cameron will meet security chiefs Thursday following the murder in London of a man who may be a soldier, an attack the prime minister said had 'strong indications' of being a terrorist incident.
We have all been there, stuck working with someone who makes your work life miserable.
Mick McManus, who has died aged 93, was billed at just 1.68m (5ft 6in) and 79kg (12½ stone), yet he was among the most powerful men in the professional wrestling business in Britain.
Ken deRegt, a Morgan Stanley veteran called on to revamp risk-management and the fixed-income trading business after returning in February 2008, is leaving again to join investment firm Canarsie Capital Group.
F&C has announced two new key hires, as the firm looks to deepen its capabilities and position the institutional business for future and continued growth.
Teen use of Twitter has grown significantly, a new report into social media networks shows, while Facebook is losing market share to its quick-messaging rival.
Global markets continued their rally on Wednesday as Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, made clear he had no intention of cutting short his $85bn-a-month (£56bn) quantitative easing programme in the near future.