Robin van Persie made a brave choice in leaving Arsenal for Manchester United, but it is paying off.
David Beckham’s highly awaited debut for PSG looks to be coming sooner than first imagined.
Former Liverpool player Ryan Babel could be instrumental in any Liverpool bid for Christian Eriksen.
Daniel Roth, executive editor at LinkedIn, talks about the top shared stories on the professional networking site.
According to Anonymous’ Twitter account, the hacktivist group wants to shut down Goldman Sachs’ Facebook and Twitter pages on Valentine's Day to express its disdain for the financial behemoth.
The buzz in financial circles is that two fallen bank stars - former Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit and Barclays boss Bob Diamond - are plotting their returns soon after being booted from their respective banks.
Goldman Sachs, the world’s top-ranked mergers and acquisitions adviser this year, has named Gregg Lemkau co-head of global M&A and Gilberto Pozzi head of M&A in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Renaissance Capital cut a quarter of its Moscow research team, less than three months after billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov wrested control of the investment bank from co-founder Stephen Jennings, two people wirh knowledge of the matter said.
A unit of New York Life Insurance Co. issued a $1.5bn collateralized debt obligation named after a Northern sky constellation in April 2007. The deal burst when it defaulted less than a year later.
Mary Jo White, President Barack Obama’s nominee to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, said she will avoid some matters involving firms including JPMorgan Chase, General Electric Co. and Deloitte & Touche if confirmed by the Senate.