Rupert Murdoch is parting with one of his favorite trophies-his yacht.
Tennis great Rafael Nadal is one of the most obsessive, ritual-oriented players on the tour. And part of that ritual now includes a $690,000 watch.
"There appears to be a yawning gulf between the evidence the committee heard today from Mr Richardson and the evidence we heard previously from Mr Bailey," concluded Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the Treasury select committee. You bet, there's a chasm.
Sony has unveiled its latest smartphone, which has a 5-inch display and waterproof exterior, as the Japanese tech giant ramps ups efforts to take on rivals Samsung and Apple.
Apple's next iPad - dubbed the "iPad 5" by observers - will be significantly less wide and thinner than its forebear while keeping the same screen size, according to leaked parts shown on a US gadget site.
With the Farmers' Almanac predicting snow around the time of New York's first Super Bowl, officials of the National Football League wore brave faces on CNBC a day before the regular season kicks off.
A round up of the key news this morning relating to Chelsea.
Standard & Poor's has accused the US Justice Department of filing its $5bn lawsuit against the ratings agency in retaliation for the company's downgrade of America's debt in 2011.
The Nasdaq had another problem with the main data feed that was at the center of the outage that brought trading in Nasdaq securities to a halt for about three hours nearly two weeks ago.
Frederic Oudea, the CEO of Societe Generale, told CNBC that people were "too afraid" about the economic situation in France and Europe, and reassured them that stabilization was taking place over time.