Do Chelsea and Liverpool's England international stalwarts deserve their place on the FIFPro shortlist for the World XI? We take a look.
The FBI sees social media as a potential breeding ground for securities fraud, and has agents scouring Twitter and Facebook for tips, according to two top agents overseeing a long-running investigation into insider trading in the $2 trillion hedge fund industry.
Warren Buffett built Berkshire Hathaway into something remarkable - and Fortune journalist Carol Loomis had a front-row seat for it all.
Deutsche Bank co-Chief Executive Officer Anshu Jain is facing criticism from politicians and his own predecessor for a decision not to attend a German hearing on rate rigging.
Two former bosses of HBOS and the ex-chairman will next week be forced to defend their roles in the run up to the bank's near collapse in 2008 after being called to appear before the commission on banking standards.
Manchester United face West Ham tonight, and fans of both clubs will remember what happened when the teams last met.
Last Thursday I visited the Vicente Calderon for the Europa League clash between Atletico Madrid and Hapoel Tel Aviv. I returned to Blighty disappointed that I had not witnessed, at first hand, the immense talent of Colombian forward Falcao, a Chelsea target, and mildly shocked at being surrounded by the racism ripe amongst Spanish supporters.
Will Oriol Romeu be one of the Chelsea players to benefit from Rafa Benitez's arrival at the club?
Manchester City's assistant boss has commented on Scott Sinclair's lack of playing time.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he wants to 'go British'. Here's a look at seven players who could just be on his shopping list in January...