Here are links to last week's top 20 stories.
Time to call it a day ?
Manchester United and Liverpool have been linked with Leo Baptistao.
English cricket fans finished 2012 on a high. England became the only side in the history of Test cricket to come back from behind to win a series in India. Rana Malook discusses that and much more with a man who was actually there to witness it all, ESPN cricinfo’s senior correspondent George Dobell.
GLG, the discretionary investment manager of Man Group has announced a number of senior hires to its macro and fixed income team.
Manchester City have recalled Dedryck Boyata from a loan spell at FC Twente. Could this mean the end for Joleon Lescott?
In "Street News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on today's top stories including SAC increases bonuses, Jamie Dimon blasts JPMorgan executives on "London Whale" losses and Lance Armstrong is set to speak with Oprah Winfrey.
The young Italian forward has returned to training following a lengthy injury lay off, and will soon be able to join Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge in his club's frontline.
Marco Huber has been appointed as Head of DCM in CEEMEA Region (Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa) at VTB Capital.
West Ham winger Matt Jarvis has joined in the belief that Gay footballers should now come out, but with current issues of racism in football, surely now is not a good time.