A fan poll in Madrid has placed Chelsea’s Rafa Benitez at the top of their wanted list.
Ajax manager Frank de Boer has suggested he expects Siem de Jong, Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen to leave in the summer, could Arsenal and Spurs be first in the queue ?
The family of celebrated internet activist Aaron Swartz has accused prosecutors and MIT officials of being complicit in his death, blaming the apparent suicide on the pursuit of a young man over "an alleged crime that had no victims".
Manchester City's title defence remains intact.
Citigroup has said that North American equities head Richard 'Rick' Bartlett has taken a medical leave of absence.
Bank of America has agreed to pay $62.5m to resolve investor claims that the bank’s directors mishandled the acquisition of Merrill Lynch & Co., company officials said.
HSBC’s private bank advised clients to not add money to Steven A. Cohen’s SAC Capital Advisors LP amid a U.S. government insider-trading investigation into the hedge fund, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Here Is The City is looking to talk to individuals, ideally with a background in journalism, to run our general business beat.
Facebook is extending its experiment charging users to send messages, offering users access to the accounts of VIPs – including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg – for as much as $100 (£61) per message.
"OMG, that's a bullshit question. Eat one, you doofus." One as-yet-to-be-determined day in the future, computers will talk back to us in this manner. But, thankfully, it would appear that Computers with Attitude are not yet on the near-horizon.