Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh has sealed a switch across London to West Ham on a temporary loan move in an effort to resuscitate his career.
Microsoft is pressuring European regulators to take a harsher line on Google after America's FTC let the search giant off without punishment.
Arsène Wenger says the honours drought at Arsenal needs to end this season after admitting "I'm not here to watch other people win trophies" before the FA Cup match away to Swansea City on Sunday.
John Terry has been forced into a climbdown after he broke ranks to question Chelsea's stance on the non-award of a new contract for his team-mate Frank Lampard.
Google has reluctantly conceded defeat in its latest effort to combat online censorship in China, after a year of behind-the-scenes brinkmanship over sensitive search terms banned by authorities.
David Cameron has promised to give voters "a real choice" over Britain's future relations with Europe, but said voters will have to wait until his speech later this month to see whether he will offer an in-or-out referendum on UK membership of the EU.
It was less than ten years ago, but already the Indian Ocean Tsunami has passed from a documentary subject to disaster-movie material.
Barack Obama is poised to nominate as defence secretary early next week a Vietnam combat veteran and former Republican senator, Chuck Hagel, in a move that would provoke strong opposition from Republicans and spark a tough nomination battle.
David Cameron has pledged to make "damn sure" that Starbucks and other foreign multinationals found to be legally avoiding paying corporation tax in Britain pay their fair share in the future.