David Cameron is determined to forge a new European settlement to ensure Britons "feel comfortable" about membership of the EU, according to the Europe minister.
The intrigue surrounding Theo Walcott's future at Arsenal has taken another twist after Arsène Wenger suggested he will persist with playing the England international as a central striker after comparing his potential to that of a young Thierry Henry.
What's the worst idea in sport?
David Moyes is looking forward to renewing an old rivalry with Rafael Benítez at Goodison Park on Sunday but admits he has no idea what reception the Spaniard will receive following his time as Liverpool manager.
It was perhaps unfortunate that Alex McLeish should have twice used the phrase "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" on the occasion of his first press conference as manager of Nottingham Forest.
Several Yuletides ago, before the novelty of camera phones had worn off, a group of us spent much of Christmas doubled up with laughter after inventing 'hand porn', where we'd photograph close ups of our hands in a way that looked anything from suggestive to explicit. It was funny at the time.
In the wake of the Instagram backlash, growing privacy concerns may spur social media companies to rethink advertising as their main source of revenue, said Rich Greenfield, an analyst at BTIG.
The former chief executive of Autonomy claimed that Hewlett-Packard was watering down the accusations it had levelled against him over the accounts filed by his old software company – and said that he had not heard from the US Department of Justice, which HP had revealed had opened an investigation into the dispute last month.
It's been a reversal of fortunes for banks in 2012: financial stocks lead this year, up 26 percent, after performing the worst of all 10 S&P sectors last year.
Speculation has suggested that Jose Mourinho will leave Real Madrid this summer but where might he end up?