Julie Hyman reports on Monday's top news headlines on Bloomberg Television's 'Taking Stock'.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Morgan Stanley hiring Gary Kaminsky as Vice Chairman of its brokerage department.
For any Manchester United fans that would rather have Pep Guardiola over Jose Mourinho, well Der Kaiser could be pivotal in that happening.
With Jack Wilshere expected to miss Arsenal's game with Bayern Munich, they need to turn to an experience head in midfield.
On 'Weird Wall Street', a hedge fund manager is arrested in Italy on U.S. fraud charges.
Thierry Henry could help Arsenal as they go after a couple of high profile stars from Barcelona this summer.
The US has dismissed North Korea's declaration that the 1953 armistice with Seoul is nullified as "bellicose rhetoric" but warned Pyongyang that it will face "the full range of our capabilities" if it were to carry out its threat of a nuclear attack.
Facebook users are unwittingly revealing intimate secrets – including their sexual orientation, drug use and political beliefs – using only public "like" updates, according to a study of online privacy.
Within a couple of hours of signing for Eddie Hearn on Monday the WBO lightweight champion, Ricky Burns, learned that the promoter he left behind, Frank Warren, intended to sue him "for substantial damages".