Federal prosecutors in New York have accused a Costa Rica-based company and its founder of running a $6bn money-laundering scheme that became a "bank of choice for the criminal underworld".
The departure of Tony Pulis from Stoke City has gone reasonably unheralded with the managerial comings and goings since the Premier League season finished.
Liverpool youngster Raheem Sterling has set his sights on a top four finish with the Reds next term after a disappointing first season for manager Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge could turn himself into England’s best striker with a solid performance against Ireland this evening.
Spanish pundit Guillem Balague says that Liverpool are resigned to losing Luis Suarez if he decides he wants to quit.
Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez has confirmed he will be taking charge of Napoli next season following the departure of Walter Mazzarri.
Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook defended the company's record of innovation under his stewardship, saying he expected it would release "several more game changers" and hinting that wearable computers could be among them.
The operators of Liberty Reserve SA were indicted for a conspiracy that masked more than $6bn of criminal proceeds in what Manhattan’s top federal prosecutor said is probably the largest U.S. money-laundering case.
BNY Mellon has named Jeff Pamplin as head of client service management in EMEA for its alternative investment services (AIS) business.
ICAP has announceed the appointment of Dean Berry as CEO of Global Broking E-Commerce.