Chrysler filed for an initial public offering on Monday, in a move that will put all three US car giants back on the stock markets after their brushes with disaster.
BlackBerry admits it can't make it as a stand-alone competitor to Apple and the smartphone rest, agreeing to be acquired by Canadian insurer Fairfax.
Nouriel Roubini may have made a name foretelling doom and gloom, but his tone has changed to reflect an improbable belief in a stronger U.S. economy.
Don't believe the hype, is this week's message from the Bank of England.
A Swiss village has voted to donate 110,000 Swiss francs (£75,000) of taxes paid by Ivan Glasenberg, the billionaire chief executive of GlencoreXstrata, to charities in countries where the London-listed mining and commodity trading company is accused of exploiting people and resources.
Also, updates on Tony Watt, the youth team and financial results.
Daniel Agger a doubt for the League Cup tie, Alonso is linked with a Liverpool return and success for the Under 21's.
Microsoft showed off its next generation Surface tablet on Monday at an event in New York City.
The impromptu conference call firing of an AOL employee in August could have been handled differently, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong told CNBC, but it was justified based on the circumstances.
The pressure is on Villa’s new recruit with Libor Kozak likely to feature against Tottenham in the League Cup.