Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has stated his belief that captain Ryan Shawcross will sign a new contract that would likely keep him at the Britannia until 2018.
The impressive win at Newcastle was forged on the back of a balanced attack that saw Toure and Nasri both hit their best form this season.
The financial services industry has gone through another tough year. Here's a note of 2012's heroes and villains.
Barclays has said the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s record $470m in proposed penalties against the bank for alleged power-market manipulation are unjustified and won’t withstand a court challenge.
Former Goldman board director Rajat Gupta said Friday that the firm hasn't justified its request for nearly $7m in legal fees and other expenses it claims were spent in connection with his insider-trading case.
The Federal Reserve moved to subject two dozen foreign banks with at least $50bn of global assets to stricter U.S. capital rules as it attempts to lower risks to the financial system.
Two days before Dell Inc. was set to report second-quarter 2008 earnings, Jon Horvath, a technology analyst at SAC Capital Advisors LP, e-mailed his boss Michael Steinberg and another portfolio manager to warn that the computer maker would miss earnings estimates.
Standard & Poor’s Japan unit was ordered by the nation’s financial watchdog to improve its system for verifying and updating credit ratings in the regulator’s first action against a ratings company.
Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, has announced the winners of the International Financing Review Awards 2012.
UBS is set to pay as much as $1.6bn to settle claims of Libor manipulation by the U.S. Justice Department, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the U.K. Financial Services Authority and the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority, said a person familiar with the probes.