MPs have given the financial side of English football a year to change.
Wayne Routledge has signed a new deal at Swansea until 2016. There are some massive positives for the club.
William Cohan, author of 'Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World' and a Bloomberg View columnist, talks about Jefferies Group decision to pay CEO Richard Handler $19m for fiscal 2012 and to approve $39m in restricted stock awards for the next three years.
Spark Capital General Partner Mo Koyfman talks about the valuation of Twitter and his investment strategy.
Arsenal had been hoping to sign David Villa. Now not only could they miss out, but he could end up at Manchester City instead.
Employee-owned international financial services firm Baird announced that Jon Langenfeld has been promoted to Head of Global Equities with overall responsibility for Baird’s equity research, sales & trading operations.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that it has named Carl W. Hoecker as its Inspector General.
Bank of America has announced the formation of the Bank of America Global Advisory Council with the appointment of 13 internationally recognized business, academic and public policy leaders.