There are no haves and have nots within the Premier League – this year more than any other year all 20 clubs have spending loot lying around in piles – so the fact some have yet to dip a toe into the transfer market while others are already towelling themselves down after making a splash is a reflection of different needs and ambitions.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic may be left behind by José Mourinho when Manchester United fly to China on Tuesday, with the manager considering handing the striker his friendly debut against Galatasaray on 30 July or Everton on 3 August.
So far this year, Disney’s releases have racked up nearly $2bn in domestic grosses, twice those of its closest competitor, 20th Century Fox, according to data from BoxOffice Mojo.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has urged the federal government to investigate Airbnb and other short-term rental companies in a move that experts say marks an unprecedented step in US lawmakers’ formal scrutiny of the “sharing economy”.
Manchester United have been linked with a surprise move for Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas.
“Preparing all-out war,” says the starting screen as Battlefield 1 loads up. It’s not kidding.
JPMorgan is the latest bank to take on financial technology startups, starting a new program to foster these companies in-house as they try to find ways to operate faster, with more security at a lower cost.
UniCredit has appointed French investment banker Jean-Pierre Mustier as its chief executive on Thursday, a choice that is likely to lead to a multi-billion euro capital increase and asset sales to boost the bank's financial strength.