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Newton, part of BNY Mellon Investment Management, has announced the appointment of Khuram Sharih to its Global Fixed Income team as a high yield analyst.
Tony Pulis possibly first suspected his time at Stoke City was running out last December.
The special one is not bound for Stamford Bridge, according to Phil Neville; he has simply shifted along the M62.
There will be some familiar faces awaiting José Mourinho when, as expected, the Special One – newly liberated by Real Madrid – secures his second coming at Stamford Bridge.
Apple has called for US corporate tax rates to be slashed after it admitted sheltering at least $30bn (£20bn) of international profits in Irish subsidiaries that pay no tax at all.
So Xbox One has been unveiled and Microsoft is set to introduce us to a new interconnected entertainment universe. We've got a million questions about the console, but here are three issues important to lots of gamers, as well as the answers as they stand at the moment...
Andy Murray is out of the French Open.
Speculation about a government sell-off of Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group was escalating on Tuesday night amid reports that the International Monetary Fund is urging the Treasury to accelerate its disposal of the £65bn stakes in the two bailed-out banks.