The former head of accountants KPMG, John Griffith-Jones, has been dragged into the HBOS furore as questions are asked about his suitability to head the City's new regulator given the auditor's role at the failed bank.
Kevin Pietersen may not be inclined to join the celebrations for the 150th edition of Wisden that is published on Thursday.
Bitcoin staged an impressive comeback Wednesday, after crashing nearly 60 percent earlier to a low around $105, erasing more than half of its intraday losses.
Federal Reserve officials are increasingly split over chairman Ben Bernanke's $85bn-a-month stimulus programme, according to the minutes of their latest meeting.
If anyone had good reason to cry at the culmination of last year's Masters, it was Louis Oosthuizen.
Larry got the call 12 years ago.
David Silva has only an outside chance of playing in Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Sunday because of a suspected hamstring tear.